How best can you get to know Britain? Ask eight Northern Nigerian ladies and they will tell you “by living in British homes” 1960 Daily Times June 1960
The ladies were:
Malama Ya Anusa – Teacher
Malama Ayishatu – Community Attendant
Miss Dorothy Makun Kpojime – Teacher
Malama Hadiza Mohammed Tukur – House Wife
Malama Zariya Abdulrahman – Adult Educationist
Malama Rakiya Kate – Nurse
Malama Chima Dacici – Health Visitor
Malama Yargoggo Dogondaji – Home-craft Organiser
Photo 1 – Visitors with farmers wife, Mrs Harrison in her home.
Photo 2 – Visitors in the home of Mrs Dorothy Dawson. Mrs Dawson shows her guests a new knitting pattern over a cup of tea.
Photo 3 – “About to have the ride of their lives”. The ladies cling to their seats as they start their journey from Minehead to Dunster Beach on a stagecoach drawn by four horses.