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Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by asuustrike1: 10:04pm On Mar 12
alphaNomega:


Babcock
Hmmmm!
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by aku626(m): 10:06pm On Mar 12
donstan18:
You daughter did not tell you the truth.

She loosened her hair so that it won't be distracting her when sucking diiiicks in the campus.

Use your common sense. She just don't want any guy to hold her hair during diiick deep-throatingg.
I’m glad you’re well and alive. FYI your mates(people who reason like you) are gone with the elections. There’s still hope for you to grow up
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by marosmart: 10:06pm On Mar 12
hoodedjaystrim:
The father is something else She's a student and should adhere by the rules put in place by the school
Besides she's looking like she made the hair for owambe
There's nothing bad with this hair style The lecture or anybody involved is trying to bring her down This is hatred
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by sonnie10: 10:06pm On Mar 12
bitingcool:
In Babcock, artificial hair add-ons should not extend beyond the neck.

Your daughter knows this even if you the father does not know

The greatest way to challenge them is to withdraw your ward

They no beg you to come

Since you came, oloye, you and your child must follow the rules.

Fullstop
Did you see the picture of the hair?
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by Excuzeme: 10:16pm On Mar 12
bitingcool:
In Babcock, artificial hair add-ons should not extend beyond the neck.

Your daughter knows this even if you the father does not know

The greatest way to challenge them is to withdraw your ward

They no beg you to come

Since you came, oloye, you and your child must follow the rules.

Fullstop

Do you have eyes at all or have you not seen the picture of the hair in question?
Does that "Shuku Hairstyle" have any add-ons that is anywhere near her shoulder?
Some of you sef, God cannot help una case.


There is a limit to the kind of rules a school can set before it starts infringing on the natural rights of their student.
What will b the next rule the sadists woman will set? That students must shave-off their pubic hair if it is curly and longer than her own? angry angry
Any rule which has no bearing on the educational pursuit or moral wellbeing of the student, is sheer sadism, and therefore null and void.

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Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by Nickymezor(f): 10:21pm On Mar 12
This is really ridiculous . . .wat a Uni abeg.
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by StevenOba: 10:30pm On Mar 12
Nigerian schools are so 1759.
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by SamgoldBaba(m): 11:31pm On Mar 12
Issue's been resolved

Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by ozueozue(m): 12:16am On Mar 13
She de even wear Army camouflage, if to say na Army hold her now, I hope u go complain like this
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by koyyes: 12:27am On Mar 13
donstan18:
You daughter did not tell you the truth.

She loosened her hair so that it won't be distracting her when sucking diiiicks in the campus.

Use your common sense. She just don't want any guy to hold her hair during diiick deep-throatingg.

When you finish embarrassing yourself and generation without getting a penny from the empty likes you've gotten, you will go back to that account you use in begging nairalanders for money.

F@ggot.
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by Ayanfeoluxyz(f): 4:38am On Mar 13
bitingcool:
In Babcock, artificial hair add-ons should not extend beyond the neck.

Your daughter knows this even if you the father does not know

The greatest way to challenge them is to withdraw your ward

They no beg you to come

Since you came, oloye, you and your child must follow the rules.

Fullstop
How has that Sukuu hairstyle extended beyond the neck nitori olohunnn! use your brain now!
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by glink2015: 6:01am On Mar 13
kodded:





verily I say unto you, flesh and blood did not reveal this to you, only a demon with 7 horns did undecided


..... and that demon with 7 horns is your partner... enjoy the rest of with it
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by Adephemmy300: 7:14am On Mar 13
Even if it is a rule that has been in existence for long, it doesn't matter, or hasn't anyone heard of rule amendment.. I don't think any higher institution should have rules on what hairstyle you make.. This thing about Nigerian schools and hair.. Please how does the hair correlates with been brilliant. That's the way in secondary public schools too you have to cut your hair low like that's the solution to our failed educational system..

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Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by kodded(m): 7:33am On Mar 13
glink2015:



..... and that demon with 7 horns is your partner... enjoy the rest of with it
only people with dirty mind like yours posses such demon undecided
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by Nobody: 8:10am On Mar 13
donstan18:
You daughter did not tell you the truth.

She loosened her hair so that it won't be distracting her when sucking diiiicks in the campus.

Use your common sense. She just don't want any guy to hold her hair during diiick deep-throatingg.
grin grin grin....nothing person no go see for nairaland. Oga u no get joy ooo.
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Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by princeemmma(m): 8:54am On Mar 13
SEGLIZ:

how are so sure you ain't contending with a father as well?
well in the spirit of father hood I retract the insult earlier passed.
it is unusual of me, I only reacted to the picture accompanying your comment to the quote of that lady mentioning relaxer brain. I felt it's insulting as against her opinion.
really I'm sorry about it, I don't drop gabs, kindly get back to know you're cool with this.
peace
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by SEGLIZ: 9:11am On Mar 13
princeemmma:
peace

thanks about that.
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by dabossman(m): 9:20am On Mar 13
SEGLIZ:

can we differentiate between a freedom fighters and law breakers.
they established their school to meet their standard so who ever don't like the laid down standard should stay away from their organization.

I hope you know that segregation and apartheid were administered by institutionalized laws. Blacks are not allowed here. Blacks cannot do this etc. When a law becomes oppressive and unreasonable, it is well within your legal rights to challenge it in a court of law. If the FG comes tomorrow and makes a law that anyone who criticizes Buhari will go straight to prison without trial, I'm sure you won't just accept it quietly.

My point is simple. The father is well within his rights to challenge that law; not that we even know what the said "law" states. There is no law in any school that is superior to the constitution of the nation.

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Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by dabossman(m): 9:23am On Mar 13
bitingcool:
In Babcock, artificial hair add-ons should not extend beyond the neck.

Your daughter knows this even if you the father does not know

The greatest way to challenge them is to withdraw your ward

They no beg you to come

Since you came, oloye, you and your child must follow the rules.

Fullstop

How does a bun on top of her head extend beyond her neck?
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by SEGLIZ: 9:44am On Mar 13
dabossman:


I hope you know that segregation and apartheid were administered by institutionalized laws. Blacks are not allowed here. Blacks cannot do this etc. When a law becomes oppressive and unreasonable, it is well within your legal rights to challenge it in a court of law. If the FG comes tomorrow and makes a law that anyone who criticizes Buhari will go straight to prison without trial, I'm sure you won't just accept it quietly.

My point is simple. The father is well within his rights to challenge that law; not that we even know what the said "law" states. There is no law in any school that is superior to the constitution of the nation.

I'm not in dispute with all you have but realize this organisation has been given the legal and constitutional to maintain its own laws within the system in as much it won't contravene the universal accepted human rights and as laid out by our own constitution.
like I said I agree with you but acceptability of and challenging some infringement on our rights are not tenable if they don't contravene national laws of which hair do remains an exclusive to organisation to decide - like in the banking sector some decide on dress code for their staffers, if I'm not down with their choice of colours which might infringe on my right is not a thing of call to me for it is their choice.
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by precious1967(m): 12:11pm On Mar 13
ChristoBam:

gay, what's wrong with that hairstyle??
Africans and their backward mentality.
nothing bad but he has to abide with the school's regulations.you must be a lesbian and untrained child.
Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by FeedbackNG: 12:36pm On Mar 13
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Re: Nigerian dad reacts after daughter's school forced her to losen her braided hair by Thukzee01(m): 2:44pm On Mar 13
donstan18:
You daughter did not tell you the truth.

She loosened her hair so that it won't be distracting her when sucking diiiicks in the campus.

Use your common sense. She just don't want any guy to hold her hair during diiick deep-throatingg.
Gbayi brother ,Gbayi

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