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Abuja Parents Pay Extra Fees For Their Kids To learn British Accent

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Some parents in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have admitted that they pay extra fees for their children to to be taught how to speak the English language with British accent.

 

 

The parents, who spoke in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), gave several reasons why they felt having British accent would help the children, with some regarding it as proper education.

The classes, developed to satisfy parents, were named ‘Phonics’, ‘Elocution’, ‘Enunciation’ and ‘Diction’.

These classes were most times separated from the normal English and Literature lessons commonly found in schools and were

allocated special times in the timetable.

Akoh Is the Head Of Content & Editor-In-Chief At The Poise Nigeria, Lover Of Good Music And Manchester United Fan

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