By Mbaye Lo, Muhammed Haron
Muslim associations of upper schooling in Postcolonial Africa examines the colonial discriminatory practices opposed to Muslim schooling via keep an eye on and dismissal and discusses the schooling reform flow of the post-colonial event.
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