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BREAKING: Video Of Chinese Pupils Learning Igbo Language In School Surfaces (Watch)
Jubilation as the Igbo Language appears to be recognized in Chinese schools, probably for future business deals with Igbo extractions in Nigeria.
In a sighted clip a classroom teacher has been spotted giving an official Igbo language lesson to pupils in a particular school believed to be in China.
The students were repeating after the suspected Chinese Igbo linguist the primary letter of Igbo Language.
Sometime last two years Igbo traders residence in China were reportedly transacting with normal local business colloquial as generally used in most daily markets across Southeast like Bia Zuru (Come Buy), Odi Onu Ala (it is cheap), etc.
This and other unverified reasons may have triggered the inclusion of Igbo in their school curriculum.
However, some Facebook clients who have come across the clip have expressed joy describing its business advantage to most of them already established in China.
A number of social clients have engaged in a conspiracy noting that it could be a proactive move by the country considering the long agitated country, Biafra, would be granted and China would find it easy to strike deals between both countries.
You would agree that most Igbo-born Nigerians, at larger percent have lost interest in using the Igbo language in business outside their region, majorly, those outside Nigerian sore and have raised concern.
Unlike their Northern or Western counterparts who are highly connected in exercising their dialect at every given chance not minding where they find themselves.
Hopefully, this gesture may create an avenue to inspire Igbo people to start appreciating their dialect and strive to put it into practice whether at home or abroad, and consider teaching their young ones.