After their failure to blindfold students from learning the history of the genocide against Biafra, the recent happenings in Nigeria has pushed the government of the failed contraption called Nigeria to realize that all their efforts were efforts in futility.
The resurgence of Biafra after more than 50 years must have thought Nigeria the lesson that there is nothing that could be done to stop the restoration of Biafra.
The coming of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu really changed things in Nigeria especially when the same history that was removed from the Nigerian education curriculum were thought openly in Biafra radio London and today Biafrans can no longer be deceived by the introduction of a distorted history back to the education curriculum.
The government of the failed contraption called Nigeria have actually seen how their decision have caused them an arm and the leg and they shameless decided to return history to the education curriculum.
According to their directive, the Federal Government has ordered the reintroduction of history as an independent subject into the basic and junior secondary schools in the country. Malam Adamu Adamu, the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, who gave the directive, at the launch of history curriculum and teacher’s guide in Abuja, said it would allow students know the history of the country.
They had deceived themselves by saying history was buried under social studies curriculum, which had generated controversies among education stakeholders in the country. Adamu said that the importance of history to nation building, national identity, patriotism and overall human development could not be overemphasized.
According to him, one of the cardinal principles of the present administration is social and behavioural change, and history is key to its realization. “The desire to realize this and national clamor for it to be back informed our decision to reintroduce the teaching of history in Nigeria’s primary and junior secondary schools.