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"Boko Haram? We never heard of it in 1980. Although many parents in the North were still skeptical of Western education in the 1970s, the worst they did was to refuse to send their wards to school until the Native Authorities cajoled them. There was no resistance to UPE when it debuted in 1976. Government only began to open day secondary schools in 1980", Jega said.Continue Reading
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Sir Hanns Vischer, was an agent of His Majesty's Secret Intelligence Service in Nigeria. He was referred to as "Dan Hausa" due to his mastery of the Hausa language which he helped in standardizing. He was also prolific in Arabic, Fulfulde and Kanuri in addition to Greek, French and German. Based in Kano from 1907 to 1919, his cover was head of the Education Department.Continue Reading
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Biden’s memo reads, “When foreign governments move to restrict the rights of LGBTQI+ persons or fail to enforce legal protections in place, thereby contributing to a climate of intolerance, agencies engaged abroad shall consider appropriate responses, including using the full range of diplomatic and assistance tools and, as appropriate, financial sanctions, visa Continue Reading