Fed. Poly Oko Bans Indecent Dressing, Bushy Beards, Artificial Eyelashes, Colored Hair, Others


Federal Polytechnic Oko Anambra State, has reportedly kicked off war against indecent dressing on campus and has placed ban on certain dress codes and fashion outfits.

Oko Poly against indecent dressing

A document has been reportedly distributed to students of the institution to make them aware of certain dress codes that are no longer allowed in the school.

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Unnecessarily bushy hairs and beards, artificial eyelashes especially long ones, low-waist trousers, colored human hair or sprayed hair among others have been banned.

The document now going viral on the internet has sparked outrage among social media users who have described the new development as “outrageous” and “ridiculous”.

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The document reads, War Against Indecent Dressing (WAID) in Federal Polytechnic Oko then goes on to list what is not acceptable in the tertiary institution as regards fashion.

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For ladies, the code bans such things as skirts with slit above knees, off-shoulder dresses and tops, sleeveless dresses and tops, rugged jeans and low waist trousers, lengthy and colored braids, colored hair, long artificial lashes, bandana hairband, bogus fashion jewelries and more.

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And for male students, they placed ban on long and bushy hair/beard, braids, dread lock and colored hair, rugged jeans, kaftan without trousers, inscription on hair cut, T-shirts and jeans with immoral messages and more.

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See document below;

Oko Poly against indecent dressing

Nigerians have reacted, calling the dress code “outrageous” and “ridiculous”.

Oko Poly against indecent dressing