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"This Should Be Enforced By All Universities" MP Kaluma Says After KEMU Enforce New Dressing Code

Kenya Methodist University implented the following dressing code, "The Dean of students wishes to encourage all students to adopt a style of dressing and appearance that would be acceptable in the various fields of work and society in general. All students are required to comply with the University code of dressing and wear appropriate attire during study, at meal times in the dining hall and in all university functions. Therefore, the following, though not exhaustive, would be considered as inappropriate dress and or the appearance. Male should avoid dreadlocks, plaited hair, earrings, untucked shirts, vests that show bare chest and hats. Female students should not wear tumbo cut, bare backs, miniskirts, a skirt whose slits above the knee and the other."

Honorable George Peter Kaluma is the current Member of Parliament of Homabay constituency. He has said, "This should be enforced by all universities and learning institutions. We're training leaders in various fields, not prostitutes."


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