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Three beautiful young ‘witches’ exhibit their witchcraft skills during their community cultural day

Gertrude Nkansah Nkansah 6 days ago 0

A group of students has sparked outrage on social media with their unconventional Cultural Day attire, dressing up as witches and accessorizing with calabashes on their heads.

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The controversial costumes were showcased in a video posted on TikTok, quickly garnering attention and sparking a heated debate.

In the video, the ladies are seen wearing red and black attire, with their faces painted with a black substance. Each student is shown posing and carrying a calabash on their head, drawing both shock and criticism from social media users. The post has generated a flurry of comments, with many expressing their disapproval and disappointment at the choice of attire.

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While some have defended the students’ creative expression, others have condemned the outfits as inappropriate and disrespectful. The incident has raised questions about cultural sensitivity and the boundaries of self-expression.

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