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Friday, April 23, 2021

Nigerian University Sends Students Memo On How To Dress In School...

 A University in Nigeria has sent a memo to its Student on dress code......

 Are you shocked?.. I am!










26 comments:

  1. Good one!!! I see no wrong in this.

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  2. This is not necessary. Student should not support this. I know they will make it compulsory for students not to have choice. Too bad.

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  3. Honestly this might help students concentrate. No plenty fashion.

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    1. Student wey go concentrate go concentrate it has nothing to do with fashion

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  4. It's good Stella. Our university students are becoming something else.
    You enter the campus and you begin to wonder if you're in a night club.

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  5. It is very necessary oh. The students are our days are something else

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  6. My nephew just got admitted to one university and their dress code is so impressive. Dress as you like at home but dress responsibly in school and face your studies.

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  7. Thank you Lord oo. Let everyone be decent for once!!! If you don’t want to wear, look for another university. The matter no hard abeg. If they do it in all government uni, then we welcome them all.

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  8. Nice one,
    At least some students will start dressing decently..

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  9. FUAM is late to the party. BSU already has naw.

    It's important. If you see how some people dress in the name of my body my business, or they'll tell you it's their money they used to get them.

    Skimpy, revealing clothes with little left to imagination. You can be still be beautiful or "hot" while decently dressed

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  10. If this can be implemented in all universities in Nigeria, it will be very good... Too much unhealthy competition going on there

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  11. Proudly feminist23 April 2021 at 11:00

    Good as long they have codes for both genders. πŸ™Œ

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  12. Looks okay, at least this one was not taken too far.

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  13. Is Benue a Sharia state? Arrant nonsense

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  14. Excellent, all those bad boys looks and bad girls look will stop. Infact let me add my own

    Heavy makeup for women is not allowed.
    Long eye lashes aka akupe ekwensu is not allowed.

    Eye contact is not allowed, so that the girls mah go see what is written on the board well biko and guys will concentrate.

    Ripped Jeans not allowed

    Crop top not allowed.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£@akupe ekwensu

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  15. YCt pro max....if your jean is ripped below the kneel, they wouldn't allow u enter the gate...
    Sleeveless is not allowed but If u wear cloth that open ur cleavage they will allow u enter
    Isn't that madness??
    Guys can't wear shorts, female can't wear tight skirts anymore... Is it turning them on
    Radarada oshi

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  16. Those of you in support of this, do you know how hot Makurdi weather is?

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    1. Nguvi,there are decent clothes made of cotton one can wear in hot weather.So they should go naked because Makurdi weather is hot? Moderation is key dear.

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  17. The only thing that should be on the list is the one about wearing ID

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  18. I graduated from Abia State University in 2010 and as at then,you can't enter the school gate if you wear revealing clothes.If it's even too revealing, they will lock you up at the security room and you will have to be bailed.Students should be decently dressed please.

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  19. This isn't new,as far back as 2005 ,ABU Zaria had enforced dress code on campus.It wasn't fun but we did what we could and graduated

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  20. Na book carry then come not fashion

    If they cannot conform

    Stay and slay with school cert. shikena

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  21. Foolishness. Is the university free of charge? Will having the dress code ensure graduates get jobs after graduating. What business is it how you dress to do agriculture. Do the cows and farm animals need you to be well dressed to feed, milk or butcher them. Mtschwwwww

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