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EDUCATION

Your Opinion: Should Students be Allowed to Speak Vernacular (Native Language) in Schools.

The British Colonization in Africa and specifically in Nigeria made a lot of Nigerians to discard their own dialect. In times past, Nigerians were distinguished by their native languages which were mainly Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa amongst others. As civilization came, people now frown whenever one speaks his native language in a group or gathering as the person is tagged "backward" or not polished. In a bid to sound polish, a lot of Families even failed to inculcate that in their children at a tender age and a

  2 years ago ago
Your Opinion: Should Students be Allowed to Speak Vernacular (Native Language) in Schools.

FASHION-BEAUTY

Check out these 5 Countries in Africa with the curviest Women ever.

Check out these 5 Countries in Africa with the curviest Women ever. Recently in Africa, there happen to be more curviest women compared to Europe, Asia, and American Countries. They are very beautiful and are always referred to as Fashion Icons and African Queens. Therefore, such five countries include: 1. Kenya: While flashing back to the history of Kenyan women before, British Colonization women in Kenya Played importantly roles from the issues that were raised in the pasts. And that made the women more beautiful,

  1 year ago ago
Check out these 5 Countries in Africa with the curviest Women ever.

EDUCATION

Another Two Erroneous Grammatic Expressions Professors, Journalists And The Academia Use In Nigeria

English is not a native language in Nigeria. It is one of the end products of British Colonization.  However, English is our official language. As an official language, it must be used well to express meaning. Though some people do not bother about correctness in expressions, in as much as the intended meaning is passed. But this is wrong. What is worth doing, is worth doing well. English in Nigeria should be the same thing in England, so that when a Nigerian speaks, an English man can understand him. That

  2 years ago ago
Another Two Erroneous Grammatic Expressions Professors, Journalists And The Academia Use In Nigeria

EDUCATION

Your Opinion: Should Students be Allowed to Speak Vernacular (Native Language) in Schools.

The British Colonization in Africa and specifically in Nigeria made a lot of Nigerians to discard their own dialect. In times past, Nigerians were distinguished by their native languages which were mainly Igbo, Yoruba and Hausa amongst others. As civilization came, people now frown whenever one speaks his native language in a group or gathering as the person is tagged "backward" or not polished. In a bid to sound polish, a lot of Families even failed to inculcate that in their children at a tender age and as

  2 years ago ago
Your Opinion: Should Students be Allowed to Speak Vernacular (Native Language) in Schools.