Nigeria: '95 Percent of Mothers Are Illiterate'

The head of a body regulating university education in Nigeria has said the country must return to its roots to tackle the declining quality of education, amid claims that nine out of every ten women with children are unable to read and write.

Paige Aarhus Members of the Maendeleo Women’s group in Kibera, from left: Anastasia Wavinya, Lucy Katee, Christine Wairimu, Irene Aki

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