Pajule town council, Pader district

The Place of Research in Literacy

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Since the coming of the colonialists, local languages have been disadvantaged. Local languages were made insignificant and inferior as it was prestigious to learn the colonialist’s language. This was the case in almost all countries that were colonised.

Those that did not go to school looked inferior to those that did. This kind of situation began in the pre-colonial era and was upheld in the post-colonial era. This debate was at the centre stage of the earlier elite English writing as a lot of their works especially after independence were based on the same argument.