Good dressing code is one of the most important thing in the life of human being. The news that has been making headline from a reliable source indicates that Kenya Methodist University chose to take action on the dressing code of their students.
According to the research most of the University students frequently wear revealing clothing that makes them resemble women of the night.
Students should stop this nonsense to help reducing growing number of incidences of students being assaulted for allegedly wearing indecent clothing contrary to societal norms.
It is also important for students to understand that their good dress code is very vital and should be a priority for them. Parents should also take their time to educate their children on better dress codes to prepare them for future jobs.
According to Homa Bay Town member of parliament Peter Kaluma, "There is need for Universities to enforce dress code for learners." According to Kaluma, "the institutions of higher learning train professionals and their dressing codes should match." he added.
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