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Tuesday, February 07, 2017

UNILAG Introduces School Uniform To Students

Is this a Joke? The Management of University of Lagos (UNILAG) has released a dress code for the students of the Institution and they must adhere to it...





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  1. Show me ur otele is banned too??🤔😢 ikwakwkwmwawa issokay, issokay!

    Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    1. Hahahahahahaha, show me your belly. Lmao, the person that compiled this must be my grandmothers age mate.
      They forgot to add "cross no gutter" what they call those very tight mini skirts.

      Meanwhile kelvin, you should be in BBHOUSE o, plenty pwessing of byest and nyash. Once I see Miyonse, I remember you.

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    2. What is wicked strap biko? This is a funny list tho

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    3. Rily!? Wawu! Bet do u have too? I waaaaant!😰😘

      Kelvin Dat Edo Boi (Stellz Cousin)

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    4. Make up nko? They should ban make up nah as the "banner dem is nah".

      Its okay to introduce decency but with limit.

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    5. I remember when they banned guys from female hostel then. The hostel was so boring, no more Mr Moremi at 10:00pm. I hope that's been scrapped.
      Dem won turn Unilag to something else.

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  2. I taught they will be instructed to wear blue skirt and white top with school sandal and socks sef!there is nothing bad here,its just to instill discipline na.

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    1. I love it!! Students need to take education seriously instead of looking like they are going to clubs!!! Ride on unilag!!

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    2. You dey mind Stella? Alarmist 😂. It's a normal disciplinary measure that is routine in other schools. Unilorin has been doing this since God-knows-when. It's necessary abeg.

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    3. "Thought" not "taught". I don't know why this mistake always gets on my nerves.

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    4. Thank God I have graduated o....I wear bathroom slippers to class well well.

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    5. Yes it's good. People going naked.

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    6. Yea Cynhams. I didn't feel it because I only wear t shirt and jeans to school

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  3. Chai buhari buhari 😂😂😂😂😉😉😉

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  4. Another advanced secondary school?
    Following the steps of babcock, bowen, convenant?
    WTF?
    These people are 16-18+
    Cut them some slack.
    Tell them to dress responsibly not sew them a uniform

    BTW, read and passing my opinion based on the post title. Body copy too tiny to read

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    1. Just read again from a wide screen.

      Sensationalised header.

      Nothing bad with what's written on the dress code memo, just some dos and don'ts

      The aim is discipline and appearing responsible.
      Good one.

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    2. I have a friend who attended Bowen.
      She still fumes about their clothing restriction til date.

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    3. You really should have read it.

      They simply asked them to dress responsibly.

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    4. They were told to dress responsibly. No 'jeleosimi' uniforms.

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    5. Bloggie,leave my covenant uni.oooo or u want me to box you? Lol. CU rocks big time mhen!

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    6. Abeg leave babcock oh cause if there isn't dress code in babcock and most private uni, I know what some people will wear and yes am a graduate of babcock and speaking from what my eyes have seen

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  5. WHAT??????
    Nothing wey person no go hear for this country ooo hahaha
    Naaaa reaaal waaah

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  6. WHAT??????
    Nothing wey person no go hear for this country ooo hahaha
    Naaaa reaaal waaah

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  7. I don't see this working

    Have been away for a while and would still be. I miss everyone here though

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    1. We didn't really notice, we really didn't currr

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    2. It will work. It was done in AAU and it worked

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  8. ABSU did that almost 10years ago and it worked. Indecent dressing reduced to the barest minimum. If you wear indecent clothes and try to come into campus, you will be sent back. Nice one sha

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    1. Let's be frank and sincere.

      What the youths wear these days is alarming and indecent.
      I believe in dressing for the occasion, you are in a SCHOOL, an academic environment, a place to learn and NOT a club or beach.

      Dress decently for lectures.
      When you are out, go naked if you want.

      You can't be heading to class and look like you are going to quilox, there is time for everything.

      Good move by the school, let's hope its followed up.

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    2. I remember unical's own they were catching indecently dressed girls and putting in an open van that goes round campus with them in it. Under sun or rain. You think you are hot? Let that van just stop near you. Security will jump down and pursue you and catch you and put you in the van. You drop at the security gate beside etta agbor and sign an undertaking with your name and matric number then you go home for that day. Even if you have exam you're going home. You will think that security won't remember your face due to the amount of student but those guys had wizard eyes. Hahaha. That thing tamed babes very well they will be crying and making calls at the gate esp when they have assignment submission/test/exam. The babes with cars were luckier though because the van won't see them. Black annoying patrol van 😂😂

      Like I always tell people there's good enough fashion for a decent girl. Choose the right one.

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  9. Stella pls save us unnecessary drama. Where is it stated to wear uniform in that newsletter? Decent/ modest dressing = uniform for u, abi?.

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  10. Anon 10:05 thought not taught. Taught is what they teach you yesterday.

    Oya clap for me, i don join English teachers on this blog hahahahaha.


    Good

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    2. What they teach you yesterday? Goodness!

      There are ppl on this blog that shouldn't be caught in the league of busy body correcters...leave this thing abeg,it is not just for you.
      1)love me jeje
      2) idiota(the worse)
      3)eka joy(goes about correcting others but her own gbagaun full body)

      Whoelse?
      I know some more but they mind their 'comment' not doing bbc.

      Not a call out,just an observation. If una like come for me,buhahaha. I no kuku send!

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    3. Love me jeje is actually correct. She is instructing and can use the word 'teach' and 'yesterday' here is figurative. You can't use 'taught' to explain itself in a defining sentence.

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    4. Love me jeje is actually correct. She is instructing and can use the word 'teach' and 'yesterday' here is figurative. You can't use 'taught' to explain itself in a defining sentence.

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  11. Why can't I access SP? Commented via y system, now battery is low. Can't access via my phone

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  12. Please its goof biko, decency is becoming a thing of the past, its not as if they are going to wear uniforms to school, they just want to check mate indecent dressing, bayelsa uni does this you don't dress any how there. I don't see anything bad here.

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    1. Well,unical did this back then(sleeveless?wasnt allowed) but as a sense geh....instead of going through the main gate,i always went in through the back gate(goldie market gate). When those security personnel see me,they feel i'm going to female hostel or malabor. Pending the direction i take.
      Hehe.. Bad ass Shan#

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    2. @shan, even Goldie gate, they'll catch you now a days . But it's good measures sha.

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    3. In Ekpoma then, they noticed those that dress indecently go through bush path. They started catching them there.

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  13. Absolutely ridiculous, this list is targeted at women... Extremely sexist.
    Whilst some ladies dress provocatively, there should also be strict rules stating when a girl says no she means a capital NO.
    Under no circumstance should a girl or any woman be forced against their will even if they are wearing pant and bra only.
    What about a rule for lecturers to stop harassing female students or loose their jobs immediately.
    Nigerians would blame girls for going to visit male friends if they get raped even if they explicitly say they don't want s*x.
    Ridiculous one sided biased law... And this is coming from me who does not dress in their words .... Indecently.
    They don't have a right to police their dressing to this extent

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  14. Hahahahahaha. ..Thanks God I'm done with Uni. .Can't imagine myself doing this 😅😅😅😅😅

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  15. It's normal dressing code that they were told to adhere to, I expected to see a memo instructing them to wear a particular colour and style of clothes based on departments. It's nothing compared to my alma mater UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA, ENUGU CAMPUS that instructed FABSA to wear sky blue and black, LAWSA wore white and black while the doctors and nurses wore white robe. It helped though because indecent dressing was brought to the barest minimum though some stubborn girls still had on extremely tight and shorts skirts. I miss my UNEC days!!

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  16. It's normal dressing code that they were told to adhere to, I expected to see a memo instructing them to wear a particular colour and style of clothes based on departments. It's nothing compared to my alma mater UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA, ENUGU CAMPUS that instructed FABSA to wear sky blue and black, LAWSA wore white and black while the doctors and nurses wore white robe. It helped though because indecent dressing was brought to the barest minimum though some stubborn girls still had on extremely tight and shorts skirts. I miss my UNEC days!!
    I wonder why the main campus was given dress code though.

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    1. Happening in Unilorin too.

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    2. Torh! So you know those law students skirt can short like they are going clubbing. Sometimes i wonder if they are on a mission to seduce ndi lecturers.

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  17. LASU main campus is doing same. The other day, I wore jeggins, went there to use one of the ATMs, hmmmm! Upon say I no be student ooo, na so security bounce me back for their gate, reason: indecent dressing. I kukuma divert to Ojo Alaba go find ATM. It's a welcome idea if you ask me.

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  18. Unical did something like this some years back its no biggy. They want students to dress anyhow to school again.

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  19. Heard it happened in Ambrose Ali

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    1. It was like that during my time there. The security men at the gate would even seize bangles if you're wearing one. I actually loved the dress code thingy. I think they need to introduce it to Uniben. Their students can wear rag all in the name of fashion

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    2. Queen, abeg leave uniben alone before stella comes for u. But seriously, they can wear rubbish sha. Lol

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    3. They did.

      Queen, you're right. UNIBEN really needs it. Their girls can wear tank top go class ehn.

      Benin girls generally no sabi dress.

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  20. Teeeheeheee, this is still better than Unilorin's Own nah. Faculty of Business management students have uniforms for their various department. Peach and black, Blue and black, Purple and black, cream and black. Lmfaaaaaaooooo

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  21. There is no big deal here. Have you seen what some of these students actually wear? I don't find this strange in the least. Law started the black and white dress code while I was in Unilag so we were used to it. Even Friday when you could wear what you like, no one needed to he told to dress decently..
    There's no big deal here. If the students cannot differentiate between appropriate dressing for school and wear their Friday night clothes to school then there should be a dress code.

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  22. Every rocking and yori yori thanks alot

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  23. The dress code has always been there only that the enforcement was not strong. When I was there we were not allowed to wear sleeveless into the Senate building.

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  24. Plus UNILAG students can go naked around the school if allowed.

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  25. It's about time!

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  26. Stellz, there's nothing wrong with that notice.


    Seeing your caption, I thought that they are being made to sew school uniforms.

    Students should dress responsibly and not look like artistes and entertainers. Nice one.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  27. This is nothing new nau. My school will even seize your earpiece if u r using it while entering the school gate. Lol

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  28. In UNIPORT girls wear bomb shorts to class especially LCS girls, they dress anyhow with all their bra's showing. They like wearing see through dress and they won't even wear singlet inside u would be seeing everything and they like show belle eheen. Please there should introduced a law like this in Uniport..

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    1. LMAO @ 'bomb' shorts. It's 'bum' not bomb.

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  29. when covenant university was established and the rule on dressing initiated
    people mocked but now, great unilorin has adopted, now unilag is doing same
    hmmmmmm, waiting to hear when phones and similar gadgets will be banned in higher institution so that wards Can concentrate on EDUCATION.

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  30. It's a welcome development if you ask me.Students should not be going around naked in the name of fashion.

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  31. Stella and stupid headlines.....u don't know the difference between uniforms and having a dress code abi? Mcshweeeeeeeeeeew

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