Female polytechnic student enraged after being escorted out of class because she was wearing jeans trousers.
Margaret Gyusa, a student at Kaduna State Polytechnic, has disclosed that she was sent home from school for wearing a normal casual dress, and she is very upset about it.
Authorities at the school, according to the lady, bundled her out for wearing slacks and a body-hugging shirt.
She posted images of herself wearing the clothing and requested that the institution's administration create a uniform for them.
”I was sent home from school for wearing a jean trouser and a top,” Margaret wrote. I think it's better if Kadpoly just asked us to manufacture school uniforms so that everyone may live in peace.”
The lady was undoubtedly a victim of the severe Islamic legislation that governs the region. Terrorism, armed attacks, kidnapping, and intercommunal and sectarian violence are all common in Kaduna.
Take a look at the images she posted:
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