Afe Babalola University Ado Ekiti, ABUAD, student was seen fighting a female staff over use of tie in the school premises. According to information gathered by a popular Instagram blog known as "instablog9ja", the student who was seen fighting the female staff wanted to sign a document then the secretary to the CSO told the student to go back because he was not using a tie.
A source whose identity was not revealed by "Instablog9ja" said that the student obeyed the secretary to the CSO, went out to look for a tie and fortunately, he was able to collect a tie from someone and held it in his hand. The student entered the secretary's office again while holding the tie in his hand and the secretary accosted him again and told him to knot the tie which the student refused.
Fight erupted between the two after the student refused to knot the tie. According to the source, the secretary pushed the student and he hit his back on the wall. In retaliation, the student punched the secretary and the secretary landed a slap on the students face. The two continued to fight in the video.
You can watch the video here. Do you think the student did the right thing by fighting a staff?
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