Germany Urges Nigerians to Learn German Language Before Teaching In The Country:- There is a requirement for more individuals to get familiar with the German language so as to instruct it to the coming age in Nigeria, says Mrs Annette Widmann-Mauz, Minister of State of the German Federal Chancellery.
Widmann-Mauz said this in a talk with newsmen after a shut entryway meeting with the Director of the Goethe-Institut in Lagos on the sideline of her working visit to Nigeria.
She said that she had an intriguing conversation with agents of the Goethe-Institut and with members of the German exercises who needed to become familiar with the language at the organization.
Widmann-Mauz likewise said that the German language was significant for individuals who visited Germany routinely in light of the fact that it helped a fruitful remain in the nation.
“We talked about the plausibility of infrequent preparing in Germany since it is an exceptionally respected and assessed route for experts to arrive at the following level.
“The German language is a significant criteria to be conceded or to work in Germany and the work being done at the Goethe-Institut is exceptionally honorable. “We need to help this establishment further so as to offer Nigerians the chance to gain proficiency with the German language,” she said.
She further said that the Goethe-Institut had plans of building up new educational programs to inspect individuals who had the option to show the German language in Nigeria. Including that the test being looked by the organization was a confinement in finding familiar German instructors, she called for enthusiastic students.
She additionally focused on the help the German government had for the foundation everywhere throughout the world, expressing that it was important to assemble more establishments of such model.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Goethe-Institut in Lagos offers German educators the chance to proceed with their training while at the same time sorting out proficient advancement courses for them.