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This lesson note covers the following topics for SS1 First Term French:
L’importante de la langue Francaise au Nigeria.
The need for French language in Nigeria or the reasons why French should be taught in Nigerian Schools, have been widely and sufficiently discussed in very many circles.
But today, I am aware and convinced that very many Nigerians (even teachers and other highly educated university lecturers, professors of languages e.t.c) are still ignorant of the importance of French in Nigeria, or of its usefulness as an international language.
There is no doubt also that many students who are