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International Mother language day 2020: How well do Nigerians know their mother tongue?

By Guardian Nigeria
21 February 2020   |   12:24 pm
It's International Mother Language Day, and we put some Nigerians how well they know about their mother's tongue. International Mother Language Day is a worldwide annual observance held on 21 February to promote awareness of linguistic and cultural diversity and to promote multilingualism.

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