To comply with a rigorous clothing rule, several new first-year pupils reporting to a school in western Kenya have had their hair shaved. The incoming students, escorted by their parents and guardians, queued at several desks to go through the admission process; those with long hair were directed to a group of barbers.
“Welcome Kereri Girls, to the girls who are here for the admission process and you have long hair, it is the school’s policy that you get shaved,” an announcer remarked, according to local media.
“To my left, there is a barber please proceed there to get assistance. Thank you,” said the announcer.
Some commentators on the topic have criticised the Kisii County boarding school, arguing that it should focus on more pressing matters.
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