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University of Eldoret bans miniskirts and ragged clothes in the institution

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The University of Eldoret has listed a dress code for its students and oh boy, it ain’t looking good for fashion gurus of the school.

The facility has also banned ‘inappropriate attires’ among them Mini-skirts and ragged trousers.

 

According to an internal memo dated 19th January 2023, the University has warned female students against wearing mini-skirts, skin-tight trousers, ragged/torn/ripped jeans, tumbo cuts, bum shorts, and transparent dresses revealing parts of the body and inner clothing.

For men, the public institution has listed the sagging of trousers, clothes revealing the chest, and ragged/torn/ripped trousers as indecent dressing.

“All students are therefore advised to, at all times, desist from inappropriate dressing while at the University as this may warrant disciplinary action,” reads part of the memo from the Dean of Students, Dr. Lelei K. Kiboiy.

A few weeks ago, Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) made public some of the outfits and fashions they will not accept in their school.

In a memo dated January 5, 2023, and signed by Dr. Esther Mbaabu, the Dean of Students at the university, male students at the institution are not allowed to have dreadlocks, plated hair, earrings, and wear untucked shirts.

“Vests that show bare chest, hats or caps in classes are also not allowed.”

For female students, miniskirts are among a wide range of dressing styles that the institutions deem inappropriate.

“All university students are required to comply with the University code of dressing and wear appropriate attire during the study, at meal times in the dining hall, and in all university functions,” the memo reads in part.

Female students are also not allowed to wear tumbo cuts, bareback, miniskirts, body-tight trousers, and see-through clothes.

Skirts that are above the knee line and whose slit is above the knee line are also prohibited.

Just the other day, Kenya Methodist University has made public some of the outfits and fashions they will not accept in their school.

What’s happening in Kenyan schools! Well, I’m glad I’m not in school!

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