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Some public policy experts have called on the Federal Government, especially the National Assembly to restore and make the study of history, a compulsory subject at both elementary and secondary levels. In a communiqué on ‘Nigeria In The Twentieth Century: History, Governance And Society’ after a book reading held at the Ibadan School of Government And Public Policy (ISGPP), the experts said the removal of subject from the curricular of secondary education in Nigeria was antithetical to the prospects for nation building and national development. The book was edited by Prof. Olutayo Adesina of the Department of History, University of Ibadan (UI) during an event chaired by Ambassador Ayo Olukanni.
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