This minute, the International School Ibadan (ISI) elevates bullying to inconceivable heights. The school’s management immerses in a cycle of turbulent energies: fleeing and swearing, chasing and villifying minors on its watch.
The management’s decision to end its morning assembly, abruptly, on sighting hijab-wearing students, for instance, betrays deeper managerial afflictions.
On November 12, Muslim parents distributed hijabs to their wards in the school’s car park, three days after writing to notify the school of their decision to enable their children’s fundamental human right…
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