In News by stephen abiodun on the 31st, August, 2020

Islamic Group Makes Recent Demand From Lagos Authorities


An Islamic human rights group, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), has recommended the Lagos State authorities for enhancing the instructing of Arabic Language within the State.

Nevertheless, the group urged the federal government to enrich the hassle with the recruitment of extra Arabic lecturers with a purpose to make it pragmatic and efficient.

MURIC’s assertion was signed by its Director, Professor Ishaq Akintola, and made accessible to DAILY POST on Monday.

MURIC’s assertion got here on the heels of a workshop organised by the Ministry of Training for Arabic Academics throughout the six schooling districts of the State.

Talking on the opening ceremony of the workshop, the Everlasting Secretary, Mrs. Abosede Adelaja had stated the Lagos State Authorities (LASG) has rekindled the curiosity of public faculty college students in direction of studying Arabic language with the introduction of lecturers to new expertise and methodology that may simplify the method and make it extra fascinating.

The workshop was held on the Multilingual Worldwide Useful resource Centre, Maryland, Lagos, on Thursday, 27th August, 2020, underneath the theme ‘Instructing and Studying of Arabic Language in Lagos State Colleges: Standing, Challenges and the Means Ahead’.

MURIC posited, “The workshop organized final Thursday 27th August, 2020, for lecturers of Arabic by the Lagos State Ministry of Training is kind of laudable.

“It should go a great distance in boosting the instructing of Arabic Language in Lagos public faculties. The theme was fairly apt and it depicts LASG’s readiness to enhance the instructing and studying of languages within the state.

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“Nevertheless, we attraction to the Ministry to enrich this transfer by recruiting extra lecturers for the topic with a purpose to make the workshop pragmatic, efficient and rewarding.

“There’s a large shortfall within the variety of Arabic lecturers vis a vis the variety of public faculties within the state. This has resulted within the nonavalability of Arabic lecturers in many colleges.

“We urge the state authorities to research the declare being made by lecturers of the topic that presently 98.5% of public faculties in Lagos shouldn’t have lecturers of Arabic Language and that the few who have been initially employed in major and secondary faculties are instructing Islamic research.

“This pattern might defeat the very goal of the workshop and the state authorities’s good intention significantly if LASG needs to take away the language barrier within the path of the state authorities because it strives in direction of making the state a 21st century economic system.”

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