The University of Lagos in Nigeria’s commercial capital has banned both male and female students from wearing tight-fitting clothes, including trousers, skirts and blouses, local newspapers report.
They quote a management circular as also banning “all clothes which reveal sensitive parts of the body such as the bust, chest, belly, upper arms and the buttocks”.
The circular adds:
Students should maintain a clean and well-cared for appearance in all settings on campus. Wearing of tight, strapless and revealing clothes whose length are above the knees are inappropriate.”
This tweeter is not impressed:
#Nigeria‘s University of Lagos sets up “Morality Police” for women. What does this say?!! https://t.co/icddMtJB9M pic.twitter.com/42p3AYEZUc
— Chidi Odinkalu (@ChidiOdinkalu) February 7, 2017