Role of women dating in nigerian culture

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Achebe wrote his novels in English and defended the use of English, a "language of colonisers", in African literature.

In 1975, his lecture An Image of Africa: Racism in Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" featured a famous criticism of Joseph Conrad as "a thoroughgoing racist"; it was later published in The Massachusetts Review amid some controversy.

igerian English is the variety of English that has been used in the region of the Niger, West Africa, for purposes of trade since at least the 18th century, at missions since the 19th century, and increasingly in administration, education, media and workplace, especially since the formation of a unified Nigeria in 1914. he English language may only be used sporadically depending on a Nigerian's education level, even the highly educated may not speak it in the home and may only read and write english in the workplace.

hese ideas are intended to raise some issues on sources, interpretation and the definition of Nigerian English, as at times Nigerian English is sometimes written, especially in newspapers and magazines. n Nigerian education today, English plays a key role.

Its coast in the south lies on the Gulf of Guinea in the Atlantic Ocean.

It comprises 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja is located.

Nigeria is officially a democratic secular country.

eographically, the Nigerian Coast was in a good position for the slave trade. itizens of some West African countries (mostly Ghanaians) flocked into Nigeria in search of green pastures.

The pidgin English which evolved here was a continue of the pidgin Englishes used all over the West African Coast visited by British Ships. In the early 1980s the oil boom somewhat subsided and there was also economic downturn in Nigeria due to low oil prices, jobs were no longer readily available even for Nigerians.

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