Lagos Bans Miniskirt

Lagos State Government has banned all forms of dresses that expose breasts, coves and other sensitive parts of the female body, saying “they are indecent.”

Oh.

$5 this was a female legislator’s idea.

This was contained in a circular issued by the State Head of Service, Mrs. Josephine Williams to entire Ministries, Departments and Agencies, MDAs, dated February 7, 2014.

Knew it! Women be hating and stuffs.

The government in the circular warned that it would begin to take drastic and punitive measures against recalcitrant public servants who flout the directive.

I wonder what this entails. Public shaming like this?

Williams explained that if female public servants must wear trousers, such trousers should neither be tight nor revealing any sensitive part of their body and must be worn with a jacket.

She also said that gowns to be worn by female public servants must be of knee level, moderate slit, not sleeveless and not body clinging, adding that if native attires must be worn, they must be worn completely.

Fashola is working.

[Vanguard]

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