Igbo language to be thought at University of Oxford

Emmanuel Ikechukwu Umenyiora, a Nigerian, has expressed his delight at being the first Igbo language instructor at the University of Oxford. Following his induction on Thursday, February 17, Emmanuel announced the news on Twitter.
“It is official that I am the first official Igbo Language lecturer at the world’s top university, the University of Oxford,” he wrote.
Marion Sadoux, Head of Modern Language Programs, University of Oxford Language Centre, gave us our induction today.
Because of the James Currey Society, this was achievable.
The Igbo language will be taught for the first time at the university.
History has been made.
I am so happy and grateful for this opportunity.
I promise to make the Igbo language and culture known to the world.’

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