Cynthia Onwuchuruba: Nigerian woman uses Igbo language to teach dropout kids mathematics

Cynthia Onwuchuruba: Nigerian woman uses Igbo language to teach dropout kids mathematics

Cynthia Onwuchuruba is contributing greatly to humanity as she uses her special skill with language and mathematics to teach kids from low income families.

She employs the Igbo and pidgin languages to teach kids who dropped out from school due to lack of funds mathematics.

Onwuchuruba is a first-class mathematics graduate of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University. She is the founder of PEEL initiative, a non-governmental organisation which seeks to educate dropouts.

According to her, she discovered teaching in English was a waste of time after she tried it and it failed. She said that is why she decided to begin teaching Mathematics in Igbo and Pidgin language.

Recall that earlier reported that a 12-year-old Nigerian Chika Ofili really made the nation proud as he did what many his age could not achieve.

He won an award at the TruLittle Hero award over the weekend for discovering a new way to divide in mathematics.

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In another news, a Nigerian-American family set a new standard in parenting as all their four children all became doctors like their father.

This kind of thing could only have been achieved through dedication and a great parenting skill, without leaving out the place of the community that would allow such growth.

The children’s uncle, Herbert Oye, also a doctor, left Nigeria in the 1970s in pursuit of dreams in the US.

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He attended medical school and became a vascular surgeon, before he moved back to Nigeria to open his hospital. The four Nigerian children who all became doctors are David, Monique, Michele, and Melissa Oye. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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