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“This is Glorified Secondary School” —Reactions as Varsity Students were Instructed to Kneel Down for Missing Lectures (Video)

Nigerians have condemned a private university, Afe Babalola University(ABUAD), for allowing her students to kneel down for missing lectures.

A video of some students of Afe Babalola University kneeling down as punishment for missing lectures has got many talking on social media.

In the video that was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja, Vice-Chancellor Smaranda Olarinde could be seen speaking to the students who were undergoing punishment.

Nigerians on Instagram flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on the video.

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Below are some of the reactions:

@poshest_hope said: “Glorified secondary school.”

@justdamz_ said: “This one na Primary School abeg. E remain to flog them for not ironing their clothes or polishing their shoes.”

@comedianxtreme wrote: “This one na University-Primary higher institution. I’m sure they even do PTA meetings.”

@thesehoesistrife wrote: “Hate this kind of thing. This culture of abuse and disrespect that we perpetuate in nigeria is the foundation for the misconduct and abuse commited (sic) by the Nigerian police force . It’s not even a laughing matter.”

Watch the Video Below:

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