By Abdulmumin Murtala
Kano—The British Council plans to enhance its activities to reach and impact on the lives of more Nigerians, especially the young people as its marks 75 years in Nigeria.
Speaking to Vanguard at the ceremony commemorating 75 years in Nigeria, the Country Director of the Council, Lucy Pearson, described the British Council in Nigeria as a success story.
“We are 75 years in Nigeria and have impacted millions of lives of Nigerians, institutions and organisations across education, society, examination and even industries. This gives a broad picture of our work over the years. It is a long-standing deep and mutually beneficial friendship between Nigeria and the UK. So it makes our job working in the British Council easier because of that long-standing relationship,” she stated.
Talking on what the British Council had done in Kano over the years, the Director noted that the council had been working with leaders and advocates of change in the state to…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper