Umar Kashaka
Journalist @New Vision

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The First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of East African Community Affairs, Rebecca Kadaga, has suggested the subject of European History be scrapped from the A’level syllabus.

“I think we need to reorient our curriculum,” the former Speaker of Parliament said at the 3rd annual Aido international convention in Ghana’s capital, Accra.

Aido Network International brings together different stakeholders within the cultural, community, educational, faith, and sports sectors, to challenge human rights abuses and use culture to promote unity, development and social change.

Kadaga said secondary school students in Africa should stop learning about Europeans like the former German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, Prince Klemens Metternich of Austria and Napoleon Bonaparte of France.

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Kadaga wants European history scrapped from A’level syllabus