The National Commission for Mass literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education says over 60 million Nigerians are unable to read and write in any language. Read more: dailytrust
The National Commission for Mass literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education says over 60 million Nigerians are unable to read and write in any language. The executive secretary of the commission, Prof. Abba Abubakar Haladu, said this in Abuja weekend at the literacy roundtable discussion tagged “Literacy and Multilingualism: A Bedrock for Sustainable National Development.” Haladu …Telegram The National Commission for Mass literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education says over 60 million Nigerians are unable to read and write in any language. The executive secretary of the commission, Prof. Abba Abubakar Haladu, said this in Abuja weekend at the literacy roundtable discussion tagged “Literacy and Multilingualism: A Bedrock for Sustainable National Development.” Haladu said in addition to the challenge of out-of-school children, Nigeria was also faced with high illiteracy rate amongst its adults and youth population. He said this had remained a major impediment to the country’s developmental aspirations, given the millions of adults and youths affected. ADVERTISEMENT HOW OVER 5000 NIGERIA MEN HAVE PERMANENTLY OVERCOME TERRIBLE BEDROOM PERFORMANCE DUE TO THIS RECENT DISCOVERY BY MEDICAL CONSULTANTS He said for Nigeria to achieve self -sustained development, all its people, men and women, the youth and the aged irrespective of gender, age, location and conditions of life should be able to read, write and calculate. The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, represented by the Minster of State, Emeka Nwajiuba, said: “It is imperative to act quickly to change the unsatisfactory education indicators which show a large number of out-of-school children, a high illiteracy level among youth and adults, infrastructural deficit and decay, inadequate access at the basic education and low quality of learning among others.” Related Download Daily Trust News App Share this article Read more: Daily Trust
60m malams you mean Our economy is enhance when learners have higher literacy level A digital economy needs digitalise people. Over 60m of you, imagine! Mmmm Really 30m are from North 20m are Malians 10m say skull na scam😎😎 Hmmmmm Dis tweet no be truth 🧐🙄 Is a liar, and those that are saying 'are from north' I can't remember how many Southerners I met that common pidgin they cannot speak. And being able to speak doesn't mean you can READ AND WRITE.
Greedy government Sad commentary on our readiness to join the rest of the progressive world. 57m are from north
Over 60m Nigerians can’t read, write – FG – Daily TrustThe National Commission for Mass literacy, Adult and Non-Formal Education (NMEC) has said over 60 million Nigerians can’t read and write in any language. Please always indicate where we have them more the Northern part of Nigeria has the highest yes but it´s caused by you That's unfurtunate
How are these censor calculated? This speculation isn't true. So now that you've learned about that, what did you plan to do or in which way you can contribute in other to tackle such problems There from d north save_damaturu_maiduguri_highway Our president self join the list 60% of this figure are from the North
Too bad. at least 120 million can, since we are 180 naijama Well, I don't believe this! This is how past and present administration failed Nigerians woefully. Our education sector and National Policy on Education needs upgrade
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More like 60m northerners. Why should that be a surprise in Nigeria 🇳🇬, a country where education is a privilege, and not a right to the masses. Education in Nigeria has become commercialized, it is a profit making venture. That is a bane of the society.
APC may collapse after Buhari – Gov Fayemi – Daily TrustAPC may collapse after Buhari – Gov Fayemi In this exclusive interview with Daily Trust on Sunday, Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State and chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) spoke on the need for reforms in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), local government administration, Nigeria’s democracy since 1999, security challenges in the … I can bet he did not say that. Context. Context. Context. Do you mind them. Thief in making asking for 12 naira to read nonsense story. Do you have to pay for information that's accessible everywhere? Nonsense
FG tasks Nigerians on patriotism, commitment to nation-building – Daily TrustThe Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Saturday urged Nigerians to be patriotic so that the country could have meaningful development. The minister made the call while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the sidelines of a wedding ceremony at the Nigerian Air Force Protestant Church, Sam Ethnan Air … We can never be patriot if our Amotekun can't stay okay... Nigeria economy was the fastest growing economy in Africa, but right now all the titles has been ripped off by incompetence. Just look at how our economy is lying down flat on the ground without all it's titles. I wish the Nigeria economy would get back to it's feet again. 😥😥😥
Buhari hints on reopening Nigerian borders – Daily TrustPresident Muhammadu Buhari on Monday said the partial closure of Nigeria’s borders was not caused solely because food products, particularly rice, which were being smuggled into Nigeria, but also because arms and ammunition, as well as hard drugs being ferried into the country. We want the border to remain closed until we get the positive change that the government said on it. Local Man will be very happy. MBuhari NGRPresident OfficialAPCNg Please let the border remain closed.
Shakeup in FIRS: Mani redeploys 50 Directors, 100 others – Daily TrustThe Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) Muhammad Mani has redeployed about 50 top officials in the ranks of directors, deputy directors, and assistant directors. Daily Trust learnt yesterday that the shakeup will also affect over 100 other staff members of the Service. Daily Trust reports that the Minister of Finance, Budget … That's the way to go man... chase them away so you can influx the system with your own brothers.