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Covenant University Exposes Male Students To Health Hazard In Bid To Punish Them

A university is meant to feel totally different from a secondary school as the administration is to believe that its students are adults, but it doesn’t seem like that for most private universities in Nigeria especially Covenant. According to LIB the Dean of Students Affairs  asked everyone to stay behind after their midweek service and those…”
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April 4, 2018 3:02 pm

A university is meant to feel totally different from a secondary school as the administration is to believe that its students are adults, but it doesn’t seem like that for most private universities in Nigeria especially Covenant.

According to LIB the Dean of Students Affairs  asked everyone to stay behind after their midweek service and those with “uncompliant hair” were punished.

About 1000 male students suffered from the “one clipper” punishment where the DSA used one clipper to cut all of them right in the middle of the head.

It is unfortunate that the administration have turned a blind eye to the health hazard that might arise from using one clipper for over a 100 male students, and how this might affect the students who are meant to be at their ages be able to make decisions as young adults.

 

 

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