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Scandinavian Countries approve the teaching of Yoruba Language in their schools

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In a piece of symbolic news reiterating potentials of African and European cultural alliance the countries that make up the Scandinavian geographical area have approved the teaching of Yoruba language in their schools. The Scandinavia Nations, made up of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Iceland, gave the approval late in 2014.

This was disclosed by the Sweden Coordinator of the Oodua Progressive Union, Victor Mobolaji Adewale, during the Europe meeting of the Union. The meeting was held in Istanbul, Turkey.

Adewale, who also emerged as the Deputy Coordinator of the body in Europe, said the approval followed the well attended launch of the Union in Sweden on November 29, 2014.

He said it was attended by government officials from the Scandinavian countries who thereafter okayed the teaching of Yoruba language in their schools.

He said the Union also has the OPU radio functioning in the Scandinavian countries, using it as a medium of popularising the Yoruba language and reaching out to people of like minds.

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