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FG misguided in removal of history from curriculum ­­–– Lawan

By Sodiq Omolaoye, Abuja
06 November 2022   |   4:04 am
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has said the Federal Government was misguided in the removal of history studies from primary and secondary schools’ curriculum from the 2009/2010 academic session.     He, however, commended the government’s decision to restore the subject to the teaching curriculum in 2018 after immense criticisms.     Speaking in Abuja during…

Ahmad Lawan

President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has said the Federal Government was misguided in the removal of history studies from primary and secondary schools’ curriculum from the 2009/2010 academic session. 
  
He, however, commended the government’s decision to restore the subject to the teaching curriculum in 2018 after immense criticisms. 
  


Speaking in Abuja during the public presentation of the book titled, “Foundation of Nigeria’s Unity,” written by the Cross River State People’s Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Senator Sandy Onor said: “We were misguided some years ago that history should be removed in our schools, and I wonder what we intended to achieve then…thank God we saw the fallacy in that decision and it was reversed. 
  
“Therefore, I feel we are challenged. This book is telling us that we have to go back to our roots. The rest of us as leaders are supposed to work assiduously and make Nigeria a country where we want to be”, Lawan stated.
  
Lawan also advised that genuine concerns by groups or people who feel aggrieved should be addressed by leaders. 

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