This research work is on The impact of Nigerian pidgin English on students composition writing in senior secondary schools in Gwale local government area, Kano state. Nigerian Pidgin bridges the communication gap in certain sociolinguistic situations where there is no other mutually acceptable language of communication (Adeyanju 1998). Nigerian Pidgin is spoken more widely than Standard English, though Standard English is the official language and language of education in Nigeria. It belongs strictly to the elites. It is inaccessible to illiterate members of the society but an appreciated number of uneducated Nigeria can speak or at least understand Nigerian Pidgin. Nigerian Pidgin is widely used in Nigeria. It is used as the first language, second language and lingua franca. It is virtually used in all spheres of life. It is used in schools, media, business circles, church programmes, advertisement etc. it is used by a literate, semi-literate and illiterate member of society. From the research, findings showed that Nigerian Pidgin is gaining strong ground in the educational environment instead of the standard use of the English language. Though people have a conflicting attitude toward Nigerian Pidgin, the attitude is more positive than negative. The study also revealed that Nigerian Pidgin is substantially being used in communication between staff and students on a daily basis. This in essence has an effect on the flow of fluent English language communication in the learning environment in and out of lecture rooms. Also, the study unveiled that students frequently use Nigeria pidgin more than Standard English..