Saturday, August 11, 2018

US Pledges To Help Education In Nigeria

US Pledges To Help Education In Nigeria

The United States Deputy Chief of Mission in Nigeria, David Young pledge that the United States has committed itself to help brighten the future of Nigeria's cohesive and resilient communities by increasing access to education and improving learning. The pledge was made on Wednesday in Abuja at a screening of some films produced under United States Agency for International Development (USAID)'s Northern Education Initiative plus. Here are some of the statements made by David Young.


“We at the U.S. mission strongly believe that increasing access to education and improving reading for children helps build stronger communities in Nigeria.

“It also helps build more cohesive and resilient communities and societies and will lead Nigeria to a brighter future.
“We all know the troubles plaguing the Nigerian education system are legion.
“It ranges from having millions of youths who are not in school to the number of students already in school who still cannot read or write”.

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