Fashola Banned Mini Skirts Among Female Public Servants, New Dress Code Enforced

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Feb 20, 2014 – Governor Fashola Banned Mini Skirts Among Female Public Servants, New Dress Code Enforced

Native Wears, Attires Banned Among Lagos Public Servants

Effectively immediately, sexy dresses are not allowed in Government offices in Lagos state Nigeria ….. na Fashola talk am.

Lagos state governor Babatunde Raji Fashola has banned indecent dressing among female public servants.

Any form of dresses that leave breasts and other sensitive body parts exposed have been banned.

Fashola made this decision due to increase cases of indecency among female workers at LAG secretariat in Alausa Ikeja, Lagos

Critics have observed that all forms of skimpy dresses or mini skirts, tight trousers revealing the contours, sleeveless dresses and blouses and body clinging dresses are worn by some female public servants as they walk about the secretariat.

A new dress code has been introduced.

In the dress code for men, Admin officers must wear suit and tie while Junior and clerical staff are permitted to wear shirts and trousers. Native wear is not allowed.

The same applies to female public servants. All tight trousers and tops have been banned. Gowns to be worn by female public servants must be of knee level, moderate slit, not sleeveless and not body clinging.