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Brazil Adopts Yoruba as Official Language| The African Exponent Weekly October 14, 2018

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Brazil Adopts Yoruba as Official Language

Brazil Adopts Yoruba as Official Language

Yoruba to be taught in Brazilian Schools

 

The Brazilian government has introduced the compulsory study of African History and Yoruba Language into the primary and secondary schools curriculum; should this be a welcome development for Africa?



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