Anambra schools reportedly dedicate a day to Igbo culture, students attend classes in traditional outfit

Anambra schools reportedly dedicate a day to Igbo culture, students attend classes in traditional outfit

Nigeria is a country of different tribes with beautiful cultures and sometimes, the advent of western education seems to make all these fade to the background.

However, schools in Anambra state seemed to have taken steps to preserve the Igbo culture and tradition.

A Facebook user identified as Agunze Azuka Onwuka shared photos of students in the state wearing uniforms sewn with the popular local ankara fabric.

The excited man further revealed that according to his findings, it was a government policy for schools to dedicate a day for the promotion of the Igbo culture.

Agunze wrote: "I was informed that this is in line with the government's policy now for schools to dedicate one day for the promotion of Igbo culture/language. Kudos to the governor for the initiative."

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It was gathered that the pictured youngsters are students of Emeka Aghasili High School (EAHS) at Nise town in the state.

See his post below:

Quite a number of people were impressed seeing the students wearing ankara to school and they expressed as much in the comment section. See some reactions below:

Beautiful.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man claimed on social media that a woman's education is a waste if she is unmarried.

A Facebook user identified as Destiny Chibuike has sent social media feminists into anger mode after sharing a post in which he claimed that a woman's beauty and academic qualifications is baseless if she is single and without a husband.

In his post, he categorically stated that it is a 'waste'. His rather controversial post has sparked major reactions on social media. While some agreed with him, many others bashed him for limiting a woman to the partner of a man rather than a human who should exist on her own conditions.

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