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28 Jul 2019
Basic Education: Reps to increase 2019 budgetary allocation
19 Mar 2019
Nigerian govt spends N350bn to support basic education in 4-year.
9 Jun 2018
Out of 127 million children on the continent, at least 61 per cent will leave school with nothing more than the most basic levels of literacy. The current status quo needs $25 billion annually to fund basic education.

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