Kogi State Banned Female Teachers From Wearing Trousers In Public Primary, Secondary Schools

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Jan 24, 2013 – Kogi State Government Banned Female Teachers From Wearing Trousers In Public Primary, Secondary Schools

The new law in Kogi State has banned female teachers in the elementary education sector from wearing trousers during school hours. www.naijagists.com

During a press briefing on Wed. the 23rd of January 2013, Mrs Grace Elebiyo, Kogi State’s Education Commissioner said any female teacher that violates this order will face disciplinary action.

So effective immediately, female teachers in the state have been advised to stop wearing sexy trousers to school.

According to Elebiyo, this new order came after some females teachers in Kogi state were caught violating their professional code of dressing.

She added that Kogi state ministry of education would no longer tolerate indecent dressing to schools.

11 thoughts on “Kogi State Banned Female Teachers From Wearing Trousers In Public Primary, Secondary Schools

  1. Praise God for his devine intervention. Good moral is a product of leading with the rigth attitue and undiluted decission to Judgement. God bless the Educational minister.

  2. dis is a lesson 2 women. stop messing ur self all around protect ur dignity. beauty shd b personal 2 ur lover not 2 attract other men.

  3. ank u kogi state,pls let other states copy dis law including churches becos it’s becoming very alarming in our society.

  4. good idear becouse student, parents and others communities will give muximmum repect to them this will avoid embrrassment 2 them

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