THE NEW AND OLD NIGERIA OF MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS

THE NEW AND OLD NIGERIA OF MUSLIMS AND CHRISTIANS

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There is only one thing in the world which has remained unchanged since its creation, and that is Al-Quran, the divined book of Allah. Everything, apart from this (Al-Quran) has always been subjected to constant changes, including man. So as a result, there is need to review changes that Nigerian Muslims and Christians have undergone after colonization because there are lessons to be learnt.

In the 18s, during the time of colonial masters, we could recollect that the first and formal education introduced in Nigeria was organized and overseen by Christians. Between 1845 and 1882, exclusive Christian Missionaries had prevailed. Few privileged Muslims, who had acquired Western education then, initiated moves to provide formal education devoid of vulnerability to losing of the Islamic faith. Sustained pressures from the Muslims led to the founding of the first government owned primary school in Lagos in 1899.

After discovered that only just one primary school could not take care of the education needs of the teaming population of Muslims children, in 1922, after several years of struggles another one was founded in Elegbata, Lagos. From here, we could see the struggle Muslims made in establishing schools and their zeal for Islam could easily be adjudged. But there is something amazing.

After the federal government of Nigeria took over the schools the Christian missionaries did not leave their schools or go and rest. They still believe the schools belong to them. Inside these schools, mission houses were built and every activity about the schools is being monitored and channeled towards their mission. But for Muslims, reverse is the case. They did not only vacate the schools, their zeal and mission which they have already had and led to the struggle made in establishing these Muslim schools were also no more alive.

Today, these government schools and their syllabus have become weak to the extent that there is no guarantee of passing WAEC or NECO if enrolled in them unless the students engage in an exam malpractice. The syllabus also can only make one educated illiterate and unprofessional on one’s field if fails to seek for additional education from private company.

As a result of this, the Christians have established better private schools as alternatives, being a mission oriented and people aiming at leading in the nearest future. But the Muslims are still with these dilapidated structures of education because their mission is dead.
The question now is, who is really working to own Nigeria and what fate awaits the Muslims if we are to have a New Nigeria?

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