Indecent dressing simply means deliberate exposure of one’s body to the public. This practice does not conform to the norms and values of the society, particularly the African society. It is more common in females of younger age, although, men too were not left behind. While some people show no concern about it, many people have zero tolerance for indecent dressing. A Nigerian lady identified as Tolu has recently cried out after her landlord brought her a quit notice because of the way she dresses.
According to a story shared by Linda Ikeji Blog this morning, the lady identified as Toju stated that her landlord is bringing her a quit notice yesterday because he is not pleased with the way she is dressing. Toju disclosed this via Twitter on Monday morning, March 29 and later confirmed that he actually brought the quit notice.
She mentioned that she is upset by the way he acted because she did not deserve this treatment from him. She lamented that no matter how much they fight about gender equality online, some men will not understand.
Check out her post below:
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