Anambra State Government has re-introduced History in the school’s curriculum with effect from the next academic session.
They stopped teaching of History in Nigeria because they didn’t want this generation to know about the genocidal war against Biafrans in 1967-1970
Now that Soludo has re-introduced the History in Anambra school system to tell the History of how children of Igbo people were starved to death .
This was made known by the Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh while interacting with Education Secretaries of Anglican and Catholic Dioceses in her office at Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka.
The commissioner said that History as a subject has made a comeback in schools but with a slight adjustment as the history of Igbo man dating from pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial eras has been included in the scheme.
“The present administration thought it wise to adopt this strategy because Igbo heritage is on the blink of extinction.
“Books on the subject will be out before the next academic session which begins in September this year.