The Benue State University (BSU) management has banned dreadlocks, make-up, skirts above the knees, and other dress codes that it considers unsuitable and immoral.
In a statement made on Saturday, January 13, the university’s task force committee warned that any student found violating the approved dress code will face sanctions.
Read the full statement below;
“The Taskforce Committee writes to address students on the dress code and artificiality both in campus and off-campus as follows:
BOYS: No sagging, No Make up, No dreading of hair (dada), No dyeing of hair (coloring of hair), No wearing of shorts/three quarter trousers to Lectures, No leaving of hair uncombed, No wearing of armless shirts, No wearing of earring, No plaiting of hair, No keeping of heavy beards, No wearing crazy trousers, and other indecencies.
GIRLS: No body hug, No wearing of armless clothes, No dyeing of hair (coloring of hair), No wearing short, No exposure of sensible parts of the body, No Leg chain, No Nose ring, No putting of multiple earrings (only one earring is allowed).
No folding of shirts on a trouser or skirt, only black and brown color attachment is allowed, No wearing of crazy trousers, No wearing of skirts above the knees, No wearing of leggings without long top (shirt) and other related indecencies.
Students should adhere to these rules, failure to comply which shall attract sanctions from the university Management.”