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Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Lady Says She Was Refused Entry Into The National Assembly For Being Indecently Dressed..

Study the photo very well .....
Is she indecently dressed?








52 comments:

  1. Except the back of that dress is open, i dont see it as indecent.

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    1. Yup. She no tire scarf.

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    2. she pack bobby like stone...

      useless senators are prolly scared she has a bomb in there or something

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    3. Anon 17:22 gtfoh!!!! 不不不不不不

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  2. Depends on the organization's code of dressing. In my school, off shoulder is frowned upon. Maybe they don't like the fact that she's wearing a native attire or because it's cold shoulder.

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  3. You did not show breasts and buttocks, that's the new Naija way of vanity.

    Please watch your use of tenses, dear journalist.
    I was DENIED...because I WAS not well dressed...

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  4. There's is nothing indecent about her dressing expect they have a dress code for the public hearing

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  5. The earlier we know this country is being ruled by Islamic extremists the better. Na hijab them expect her to wear

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    1. All the people who were allowed into to the National Assembly that day wore hijabs right? Hope you can see that your brain is leaking?

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    2. Eesah, what’s wrong with you??
      I see you stayed out of the Sanusi story.
      You don jump here now de insult person.
      Why is it necessary for her to wear a hijab??
      Is she a Muslim?
      What are they scared of by a lady wearing a dress with a little opening on the shoulder. The dress isn’t short. Nor be these same men de patronize all the runs girls in Abuja and beyond? The girls they meet up with, do they dress like this lady??

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  6. yes now,,which kind aso be this for where awon eyan criminal dey

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  7. You can't dress like this to national assembly looking like you are going to the market to sell agbalumo, you can't even bend down without revealing mamamia's underwear,
    I understand you are trying to showcase our native attire but next time ask the tailor to sew you a cooperate style with your material.
    It's a big No!!!

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    1. Thank you, she is not indecently dressed but inappropriately dressed

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    2. Yeah, she looks funny not indecent.

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  8. Her shoulders and legs are showing. I guess this is indecent compared to the girls those law makers follow and the nude pics of them released on and off. Oh and the is is so indecent compared to the sex shops they frequent. It is well

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  9. Well she's decently dressed but on a wrong day i guess.

    This should be an official assignment hence corporate dress would have been better.

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  10. good...some ladies dress indecently to church...i am happy the society is setting the standard....lady get a long traditional dress with long sleeve... i dont wanna see your black knee and short sleeve to reveal armpit...to me you are indecent and too casual

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  11. I wouldn't say indecent, more like shabby. This is not how you dress for a formal national assembly meeting, it's so underwhelming.

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    1. Shabby??? Na wao

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    2. Shabby kwa? Nothing shabby about this dressing. It's decent and it's not too casual and definitely not dirty or rough. Where did u get the idea of it being shabby from?

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    3. Honestly, the whole look is throwing me off not just the outfit..shoes too. She doesn't look dirty but the fit looks bad altogether. My opinion

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    4. How can she even wear native on a Tuesday? And to think she was covering a corporate event or so.
      A nice skirt and blouse would have been preferable though.

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    5. Let’s be very honest! She looks like a domestic staff! You can make Ankara but be more presentable. You want people to take you seriously never dress down!

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  12. She dressed like a Sunday school teacher.

    She would have put on corporate wears. I won't want to be caught like this

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  13. Not indecent, would say too casual for the event.

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  14. Shoulders are revealing. It is not allowed. Next time use a scarf around your neck.

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  15. She looks awful. From head to those hideous shoes. Indecent is not necessarily risqu矇. Her appearance is unbecoming. Like a beggar on Christmas day.

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    1. Unbecoming ke???

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    2. Christmas Day beggar Stella I cannot be depressed with ur blog! God bless you and your bv! I’m laughing so hard! Nigerian are mouthed species

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  16. Your too casually dress. I'm confused myself if it's a blouse or a shirt the top half of your gown was meant to be. Whoever choose this style needs a revamp. Very ugly dress. By the way, when I went to the National assembly, I wore a short coperate gown with a slit behind and paired with a black heel. Nobody stopped me because I was very chic and classy and a driver was sent to pick me up from the gate. This your dress is too shabby.

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    1. God Bless you Dreamy..

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    2. Dreamy, you know we love stories in this blog.
      Whose driver did they send to pick you up? Nor vex o, na ordinary question l de ask for my neighbor.

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    3. Tell your neighbour to mind her business.

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    4. Anonymous 17:54 不不不不不不不不不 ajuju

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    5. 17:54, you're a poor churchrat

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    6. DREAMY! DREAMY!! DREAMY!!! DREAMY!!!!
      IN BLAC CHYNA VOICE....

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  17. You noticed all the people that bashed her? Women!
    Whats wrong with her ? Your senators dressing funny do they obey the code?
    Women keep bringing down yours.e no dey hard una.

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  18. WHEN I WENT THERE (IN 2017) TO SEE MY LAYER WHO WORK WITH A CERTAIN SENATOR. BEFORE I LEFT MY HOME, HE CALLED ME AND SAID "MADAM PLS DRESS WELL, COVER ALL YOUR BODY, IF NOT YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED IN" AND I OBEYED AND WORE A FLOOR LENGHT BALL SKIRT WITH A BEAUTIFULL TOP THAT COMPLIMENTS IT.

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    1. Is Nigeria a sharia country? What kind of nonsense is this?!

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  19. It's not indecent but it's so casual.

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  20. Her dress is too casual like tomatoes seller at alaba-suru market.

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  21. Nigerian ladies hate themselves so much

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  22. You people should understand that Nigeria is now a northern emirate, Abuja being the HQ.
    Most officials at the National Assembly are Muslims so they are sentimental about dressing. Wear a floor length dress , cover your shoulders, if possible wear a suit.

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  23. Hahahahaha that means you also visit alaba suru

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  24. Sorry oh, you must have felt very bad

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  25. Too casual for an event. As if she was going for prayer meeting or for choir practice.

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  26. More like she did not dress how the honourable members like their roast beef. Revealing and alluring, like Toke and Anita Joseph dem. They want people they can "mentor" after the event.

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  27. Someone said she was dressed like a Christmas day begger... How evil can u be? Hahahhahahahha.. Laugh Wan wound me. I am a journalist and ur dressing was inappropriate ojarey. U join pepper selling ministry?

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  28. Cold shoulder gown is not too cool for such a place. My thoughts...

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