Reports we have gathered online indicates that a female lecturer at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN), has punished some students of her department by telling them to kneel down and raise their hands; a form of punishment though very common in primary or secondary schools, it is considered unfit for university students who are regarded as adults.
Universities across the world are always shocked by Nigerian’s education system which has often been criticised by some people as being below standard or not being how it used to be in the past.
According to several reports, the female lecturer at the Department of Microbiology of the University ordered the third year students to go on their kneels after she realised the lecture had not been swept.
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See the photo below:
An eyewitness reportedly said: “This happened earlier today in 3rd-year class, Department of Microbiology, University Of Nigeria Nsukka.
“No matter how anyone would want to look at it, this is outright insanity, to say the least. How do you mete out this kind of punishment to university students for not sweeping their classroom when we’ve got non-academic staff who’re paid to get stuff like this done???
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“If people like this lecturer are not called to order, a time will come when they’d flog and physically abuse students and it will still be swept under the carpet. This is sheer humiliation and totally unacceptable.”
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