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Lagos govt advocates improvement in reading culture as state celebrates World Literacy Day

World Literacy Day: Lagos calls for improved reading culture

• By Mojeed Alabi

As part of activities marking this year’s World Literacy Day the Lagos State Government has stepped up the campaign for improved reading culture among students across the state, saying literate citizenry enhances good governance. 270 more words

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