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Growing intolerance: NGO launches initiative for Nigerian kids

The Nigeria Heritage Series comprises 21 full-colour illustrated children’s story books under the following titles:

An NGO, +234Express has launched a programme aimed at exposing Nigerian children to inspirational stories from all parts of the country in order to inculcate in them a culture of tolerance right from their formative years.

The proprietor of the organisation, John Adoga, who disclosed this in Abuja on Friday, announced that the theme is: “Reading Against Intolerance” with focus on addressing national tensions through reading.

The Nigeria Heritage Series comprises 21 full-colour illustrated children’s story books under the following titles: Samuel Ajayi Crowther, Uthman Dan Fodio, Jaja of Opobo, The Great Benin Empire, The Battle of Ijebu Kingdom, Kanta of Kebbi, Sango, and Olaudah Equiano.

Others include: Queen Amina, Bayajidda and the Great Snake, Queen Moremi, Margaret Ekpo, Queen Idia of Benin, Ladi Kwali: The Pottery Queen, Inikpi The Brave Princess, Hajiya Gambo Sawaba, Funmilayo Ransome Kuti, Mary Mitchell Slessor, Aba Women Revolt, Nana Asma’u and Oduduwa.

 

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