Nigerians react as FG reintroduces history in basic education curriculum

FG ready to resolve outstanding issues with ASUU – Education Minister, Adamu Adamu

Nigerians have reacted to the news that the Federal Government will reintroduce history into the primary school curriculum.

After being removed from primary and secondary school curricula in the 2009/2010 academic year, the Federal Government formally announced the reintroduction of History as a subject in the basic education curriculum.

According to the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, the need for the reintroduction arises because the national cohesion of the country is being threatened.

Nigerians react to reintorduction of history in schools

The reintroduction of history into the basic education curriculum has generated mixed reactions from nigerians.

@veevogee: This particular history will never be forgotten

@simdiverse: History won’t forget the role Snapchat played in our currency rebranding.

@magamudi: Finally. However, we have to know history according to whose account?

@daeze: Teach the students undiluted history,don’t filter anything

@p.terry: Imagine next generation Dey write history exam dey cry whenever them remember as Buhari take show their papa pepper

@prince_of_anaedo: Make them just tell the truth shaa, no be their own arranged history




@hortee_wo: Honestly, Pre colonial history should be taught. We had history before.

@nwachukwunkechioputa: But why una remove am before not done anywhere in the world. Our children should know their roots. Thank u for reintroducing it.

@ochuba: Introducing history isn’t an issue. The issue here lies with on whose account or point of view will the history be taught? Will there be objectivity in the curriculum introduced and a lack of by the teachers? May our history not be distorted to appeal to the ego of a section of the country or some elites! Insha Allah

@bpokafor: Civil war & the klling of 3million Igbos will never be forgotten. History is one important course teaching about how Fulani Herdsmen invade farms slughtering millions nationwide

@thekanyinsola: Those who don’t rennet history are doomed to repeat it!

@megakidsnaija: This is a win in education! Hopefully there are professionals that will curate the curriculum.

@iamclaytonofficial: Please can they teach History beyond colonization & slavery in those curriculums? The kids need to know they have the blood of Kings and not slave workers thanks.

@stanleyco: Hope the history will not be about islam and Mohammed, sokoto jihard and the Northern part of Nigeria.. let every region study their history abeg

@shody_inc: “Generation Z” needs to learn about the history of Nigeria and the yeyebrities should also learn about channeling water to lake Chad, desertification and desert encroachment.

@taurus: Lol… the way they twist and turn on the bed of Nigeria deserves shots from boy director Mr TG omori. My GOD are we building and evolving or are we just stagnant and creating laws to favour a set of people??



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