Shola Akinlande and Ezra Olubi’s photos were shared by the University and their recent achievement was lauded. They were used as examples of the quality of graduates that come out of Babcock.
However, some Babcock student accused the university of hypocrisy and pointed out that the same school criminalises students who lock their hair and paint their nails like Ezra Olubi.
“Babcock can famz sha,” one person wrote.
A former student wrote: “In school: Brother, this your hair is NOT ALLOWED. Infact, you two look suspicious. Out of school…”
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