Top Kenyan University that is based in Nairobi has updated the dress code for thier students. This happened after a series of students dressed in the indecent manner that probed the university institution to address it.
Esther Mbaabu who is the Dean of Students of Kenya Methodist University has barred the students who dress indecently from accesing the university premises.
From the reliable source male students are barred from wearing vests exposing their chests, hats and caps, plaiting and earings.
Ladies are barred from wearing tumbo cuts, miniskirts, skirts with slit above knee, see through clothings, pants that are too tight and dresses with necklines past four inches.
This institution has joined the likes of Catholic University of Eastern Africa and Baraton University in addressing such issues.
Indecent dressing culture has made a lot of graduands to lose opportunities as the employers see them as destructions.
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