We are Nigerians: Civics, National Values and History for Primary Schools (Book 6)

We are Nigerians: Civics, National Values and History for Primary Schools (Book 6)

Synopsis

We are Nigerians is a new and exciting textbook series that teaches students about their rights and duties as Nigerian citizens. It draws on examples from students’ everyday experiences, and relates these to themes and issues in Nigerian civic life. It also provides an introduction to modern Nigerian history.

The textbook series follows the civic education curriculum prescribed by the Nigerian Educational Research and Development Council. It has clear text and illustrations, and includes special features such as newspaper clippings of civic issues, ‘discuss and debate’ exercises, and practical ‘how-to’ lessons. All these are designed to make students think critically and practically about what it means to be a Nigerian citizen today.

We are Nigerians is motivated by democratic and patriotic ideals. It aims to inspire young Nigerian students to commit to building a better Nigeria.

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About the author(s)

Aminat Adeola

Eghosa Imasuen

Eghosa Imasuen was born in Ibadan in 1976. He grew up in Warri and now lives in Benin with his wife and twin sons. He is also a medical doctor. His short stories have been published in online magazines like African Writer, African Writing and switchedonnaija.com, and in print in Farafina magazine. Fine Boys is his second novel.

Simidele Dosekun

Simidele Dosekun is a lecturer in media and cultural studies in the School of Media, Film and Music at the University of Sussex. Her research interests cut across gender and feminism in Africa; transnational feminist cultural studies; feminist theory; and qualitative, feminist and poststructuralist methodologies. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Studies from Harvard University.

Uche Okonkwo

About the author(s)

Aminat Adeola