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Edo approves promotion of local languages with 253 in-service teachers



Edo approves promotion of local languages with 253 in-service teachers

As part of efforts to promote and preserve the identity and heritage of the Edo people, the Edo State Government has deployed 253 teachers to teach Edo languages in schools across the state. The state’s Commissioner for Education, Emmanuel Agbale, disclosed this during the closing ceremony of the first summer school on Edo Language for children organised by the Benin Cultural Heritage Centre. He assured the President and members of the Benin Cultural Heritage Centre of the ministry’s commitment to ensuring knowledge of local languages by Edo children.

He said the centre’s willingness to partner with the state in ensuring the continuity of Edo languages is laudable and expressed appreciation for the feat achieved in the provision of free language lessons for Edo children.

He further mentioned that as part of steps taken to actualise the objective, the state government has trained 253 in-service teachers and posted them to schools across the state. In his address, the President of the Benin Cultural Heritage Centre, Edi Ighile, said the centre successfully trained over 100 children in speaking, writing, teaching of history, culture and conversation in Edo language. He also said in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, the programme will be an annual event and assured that future programmes will be done in more location.

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