Reactions From Unizik Students After The Vc Banned Indecent Dressing Inside The School Premises
By Storylovers | self meida writer
Published 10 days ago - 1892 views
The Unizik vice Chancellor, Prof. Charlse Esimone has made it known to all the students of the institution that indecent dressing would no longer be allowed in the school premises. This action was known as he has lunched the group that will work against the indecent dressing codes from student. He has also made it known for all students by lifting a large sign post to warn all students from indecent dressing. In the sign post, he stated how he wants the students to dress and also indicated the type of dress code that would be seen as indecent dressing.
While this might be a good news for some student. it will also be a sad news for some students especially those ones that like exposing their body parts or leaving their hair on dread. Some Unizik student has lamented stating the Vice Chancellor wants to turn the school to a religious institution while some complained of many other challenges the VC should focus on instead of looking into indecent dressing from student.
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