- A Nigerian man recently shared a copy containing the list of items banned in Covenant university
- Among the numerous items include jewellery, jeans, face caps which males students are not allowed to be in possession of
- Many social media users have reacted to the post with mixed feelings
As is the case with many learning institutes, it is common for rules and regulations on what is and isn't allowed. Well, Covenant university is no different.
A document believed to belong to the private university which contains a list of prohibited items for male students has since gone viral on social media.
In the list, items such as jeans, face caps, jewelry, washing machine, phones amongst many other items have been banned from the varsity.
Twitter user, Adeyemo, shared the post as he reacted in amusement adding that the school was never an option for him.
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The post which has since gone with over a thousand retweets have left many internet users buzzing with mixed reactions.
Below are some comments:
Sesilicious questioned how the students were to eat as cooking utensils were prohibited.
Josh believes the list is a joke.
Abake thought the list crazy.
Patricia Asanya couldn't make sense of the list.
Whisper, however, believes the school is entitled having its set of rules and regulations.
Abdullahi tagged the list as 'nonsense'.
Kenny maintained the school is still better than a federal university regardless.
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Recall in September 2020, a student of Covenant University accused the management of the school of flouting government guidelines on school reopening.
The Ogun government had mandated all higher institutions in the state to test their students for COVID-19 before being allowed in the school premises.
The lady with the Twitter handle @booghy_ said the school only carried out pregnancy and drug tests on students and ignored COVID-19 test.
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Meanwhile, Nigerian students have reacted to a tweet by singer Yemi Alade over school resumption as the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic hits the country.
Taking to her Twitter page, the Johnny crooner stated that she doesn't think that universities should open yet. According to her, there is a new strain.
Yemi noted that if schools are to open, every returning student must be offered free covid tests, sanitisers, facemasks, and overalls.
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