LASU Banned Indecent Dressing on Campus

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Lagos State University, LASU banned indecent dressing on campus. Students, who dress indecently would not be allowed into the campus.

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Piqued by the rate of indecent, bizarre and provocative dressing among students on campus these days, the management of Lagos State University (LASU), has outlawed indecent dressing on campus, saying it will not allow any student who dresses indecently into the campus henceforth.

Vice chancellor of the institution, Professor Lane Fagbohun who announced this during a walk against cultism and indecent dressing on Monday.

Fagbohun led the march in company of his wife, Mrs. Yeside Fagbohun, the Deputy Vice Chancellor [Administration], Prof. Fidelis Njokanma, Registrar, Mr. Lewis Akinwunmi Oladapo, the Bursar, Mr. Adetayo Hassan, Dr.(Mrs.) Beauty Idrissu (Ag. University Librarian) and other staff.

The well attended event took off from Badagry gate exactly at 9:45a.m, with participants all cladded in white T-shirts with the bold inscription, “We are LASU, We are Proud”, and the back “Say No to Cultism and Indecent Dressing”.

In his speech, the VC asked, if everyone in the gathering was ready for the paradigm shift, and the crowd yelled in the affirmative.

“We are all ambassadors of our great vision.  You don’t need cult to be successful academically or in life.  We will not compromise on decency, rules and regulations governing the University, even, the Vice Chancellor is not above the law”, he said.  He thanked the old students and everyone for their support and for taking part in the walk.

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