Nigerian’s React to FEC’s Approval of National Language Policy in Basic Schools

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Nigerians have reacted to the Federal Executive Council’s approval of the national language policy that requires the use of mother tongue language in basic schools.
Speaking with Boss Radio Correspondent, Anthony Nwangele, says the policy is not a priority for the Nigerian education system.

Also speaking, Patrick Odoh, harps on the need to put a lot of work for the policy to be implemented.

Donatus Nwafor, has this to say!

Written by: Helen Obih

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