The Ado-Ekiti Federal Polytechnic has issued a directive to its students which bars them from engaging in some social activities emulated from the western world, which includes drawing of tattoo, public display of affection, amongst others.
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The institution also added that students wearing some manner of dress code and attires will not be allowed entrance into its premises, as well as students with coloured hair, etc.
According to Sahara Reporters, the notice was placed on the school’s entrance gate, and students revolted that these new conditions will render half of their wardrobe obsolete.
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The school also cleared are students are free to wear whatever and dress in what way they please, but maintain a 100% decency and orderliness if they’re to be ranted entrance into the school.
The polytechnic joins other Nigerian higher institutions such as Bayero University Kano (BUK), University of Ilorin, University of Lagos, Lagos State University and others that have in the past released dress codes for male and female students.
This is coming after FedPoly Nekede in Imo state and Abai State University, Uturu, banned students from driving their personal vehicles into the school.