Theatre art students at Unizik storm campus with creative initiation ceremony (photos)

Theatre art students at Unizik storm campus with creative initiation ceremony (photos)

Creativity is the spice of life, and theatre art students at a Nigerian university have shown that they are the ones that spice up their campus with their creativity.

During an initiation ceremony, theatre art students at Nnamdi Azikiwe University showed their peers why they are meant for the department. The students took their part in the ceremony above and beyond as they paraded around the campus in amazing costumes.

The theatre art students were dressed in costumes that are normally used to depict traditional religion in Nigeria.

These costumes are what are worn by actors and actresses in witch scenes, herbalist scenes or anything that has to do with the supernatural.

Initiation ceremony at Unizik
Scary induction/initiation ceremony of the department of theatre art students of Unizik Source: kampuztv
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In photos that were shared on Kampuztv on Instagram, the students were spotted in white, red and black costumes, they also donned on white powder on their bodies.

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The first year students of 2018/2019 set who were initiated into the theatre art department paraded round in the campus in their costumes.

Photos below:

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It seems like Nnamdi Azikiwe University students are not strangers to the creativity of their theatre art department. A few days ago, the department students also donned on costumes for their burn fire night.

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