which was transcendently Muslim populated, Western-style instruction was disallowed. The religious pioneers did not need the evangelists meddling with Islam. This offered approach to setting up Islamic school that concentrated essentially on the Islamic training.
Today, grown-up proficiency has been assessed to be more than 78 percent for men and 64 percent for ladies. These insights were made in view of gauge proficiency in English. That avoids the proficiency in Arabic among northern Muslims. It is accordingly not mistaken to call Nigeria a country ruled with instructed people.
Before Nigeria’s freedom, Nigeria had just two built up Post-optional Institution. Yaba Higher school (established in 1934, Now Yaba College of Technology) and the University of Ibadan was established in 1948. It was then a College of the University of London until two years after the freedom when she got to be distinctly self-governing.
More conspicuous colleges which incorporate University of Nigeria, Obafemi Awolowo University (earlier University of Ife), Ahmadu Bello University and Mohood Abiola Kashimawo University (previously University of Lagos) were established in the years that took after the Independence.