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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Female Teachers Banned From Wearing Trousers in Kogi State

Kogi State government has banned female teachers in the public primary and secondary schools from wearing trousers during school hours.

The state Commissioner for Education, Mrs. Grace Elebiyo during a press briefing on Wednesday warned that any female teacher caught violating the order will face disciplinary action.

Elebiyo said this new order came after some female teachers in the state were caught violating their professional code of dressing.


22 comments:

  1. LMAO how is wearing of pants a violation of professional code dressing? Nothing wey i no go hear

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    1. I don't understand o.Wonders shall never end in naija o

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  2. And how does this improve the quality of teaching? Misplaced priorities!

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    1. Pls help me and ask oo!cos I dey wonder

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  3. Afi Kogi State. Primitive things

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  4. Wonderful, i am just thinking out loud,

    The New Style for dressing will surely improve theis status and show an exemplary life to their studies.
    However, for teachers with only trousers in their Wardrobe, it's huge Trouble.

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  5. And how is dat news?

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  6. Nigerians can so pretend! What has wearing pants got to do with teaching standards? Sometimes i tire for people sha, its just funny to me

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    1. Do a bit of research on dressing code and ethics of Kogi and stop generalising an isolated scenario in Kogi to all Nigerians.

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  7. How does this improve the quality of education in the state....see a foolish government with highly misplaced priorities.
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  8. Actually this also happen in Lagos. I worked with the Local Government Education Authority for 4yrs and part of the code of conduct is that teachers are not allowed to wear trousers to school cos they believe you are setting bad examples for the pupils. Of course it's not publicize cos its lagos

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  9. Wow, this is truly pretty serious.
    jamb 2013

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  10. Bush kogi ppl!

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  11. Thank God for states like Lagos!

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  12. Huh?! Is this how Kogi state will leave the list of least privilledged in Education? Na wa for the way our people think o. I would have thought there were more serious issues affecting the state.........well, What do I know?

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  13. in this 21st century? A woman for that matter! Bondage has a lot of faces. Does that improve the teaching standards abi is does the state have the best professional female teachers in the country? Classic case of putting the cart in front of the horse.

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  14. Levels of exposure matters ooooh can you blame the likes of NCE , TTC qualifications na waaaa in this 21st century .

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  15. D trouse is so tight dat is Y

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  16. Its every state in the federation.as long as you teach in a public school,you are not allowed to wear trousers.na so so skirt. Ask any batch a 2012 corps member....very ignorble policy.msteeew!

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  17. @anon19:17,are u a corps member?

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