Students at a Nigerian university are required to wear faculty uniforms.

Students at Godfrey Okoye University in Enugu have been ordered to wear their faculty uniforms from now on.

Christian Anieke, the university’s vice-chancellor, issued the order on Tuesday, January 10. According to him, the move became critical in order to prevent students from dressing inappropriately.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, Annie said this while addressing the institution’s staff and students as they returned from the Christmas and New Year holidays.

“No student is expected to wear slippers, rugged jeans, coloured hair, long fingers, fez caps, or artificial eyelashes,” he directed.

Mr. Anieke regretted that most students and staff wear t-shirts with unauthorized inscriptions, contrary to the school’s dress code, and ordered male students to comb their hair properly or shave

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