Aminu Kano, political change, and Northern Nigeria

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  1. Diego says:

    There are already hausa pramiry schools in the north . The problem lies in the quality of teachers hence the education the children receive. i’m fully in support of teaching in hausa but we need better educated and trained teachers to do so. but how many educated Nigerians want to teach in a local language?My aunts and cousins read hausa novels like mad and some of them are really excellent even though majority of them are silly love stories. and yes even ‘illiterates’ read them because it is easy for them to read hausa alphabets since it almost directly corresponds to the ajami (hausa written in arabic letters) that a lot of them grow up reading.

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