Godfrey Okoye University orders students to wear uniforms

Godfrey Okoye University orders students to wear uniforms

Students of Godfrey Okoye University, Enugu, have been ordered to, hereafter; wear their faculty uniforms with ties and shoes.

The vice-chancellor of the university, Christian Anneke gave the order on Tuesday, January 10, stressing that the move came consummate in order to check nasty dressing among students.

 Annie said this while addressing staff and scholars of the institution as they returned from Christmas and New Year breaks, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.  

 According to Aneke, all scholars should wear their faculty uniforms with ties and shoes.

“Nobody is allowed to wear slippers, rugged jeans, coloured hair, long fritters, fez caps or artificial eyelashes,” he directed.

 Mr Anieke expressed remorse that utmost scholars and staff wear t- shirts with unauthorized eulogies, in violation of the academy’s dress law, and ordered manly scholars to duly comb or shave their hair.

 Thevice-chancellor revealed that the university’s operation had enforced qualitative assessments of all tutoring andnon-teaching staff.

 According to Mr. Anieke, all Officers of the institutions must visit the lecture halls to inspect the lectures by the academic staff while the non- academic staff will submit their roll calls every morning and end  of every working day .

Any Students who fail to attend lectures at a particular percentage won’t be allowed to sit for examinations.

He blazoned that the institution’s 14th matriculation would take place on January 27, emphasizing that female matriculates would not be permitted to wear shoes high than four centimeters.

All Males student must dress in a suit followed by a matching tie.

This isn’t the first time a Nigerian university would be enforcing a directive towards enhancing decent dressing on lot.

For case, the operation of Rivers State University banned scholars from wearing miniskirts, ankle chains (knee socks or ankle irons), and false eyelashes in October 2022.

The academy operation also banned scholars from having tattoos and dressing in a certain way considered “nasty” on lot.

This was made known by the Registrar of the academy, D.Sc. Enyindah on Wednesday, October 19, 2022, compelling all the scholars to observe the prohibitive order with immediate effect.

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