Students of Bubendorff Memorial Grammar School, Adazi-Nnukwu in Anambra wore traditional Igbo top 'Isi-Agu' for their first school assembly in the new academic session. The choice of outfit has been praised by Social Media Users.
The isi-Agu also called chieftaincy, is a pullover shirt that is worn by Igbo People. It is usually worn on special occasions like weddings. The shirt may be long or short sleeves. Some shirts have gold buttons that are linked by a chain. Traditionally, the isi-Agu was given to a man when he received a chieftaincy title. The shirt is usually worn with a red fez hat or the Igbo leopard cap.However, the photos has generated alot of reactions. This is because instead of the normal school uniforms, the students all resumed in Igbo native wear refered to as Isi-Agu
While reacting, the special adviser to Lagos State Governor on Drainage and Water Resources, Joe Igbokwe said " this outfit is meant for ceremonies and not school. This is not smart for school uniform, school children are supposed to be smart in their uniforms
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Source: Official Facebook Page Of Joe Igbokwe
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