Ogun poly asks female students to stop wearing “wicked jeans”


The management of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, has asked female students to desist from wearing “wicked jeans” in order to reduce vices on campus.

The rector, Oludele Itiola, issued the order on Friday during the matriculation ceremony of 5,000 new students in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

“Here at Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, we shall not tolerate acts like indecent dressing. We don’t want to see you putting on what is known as wicked jeans or dresses that would expose your bodies.

“This advice is coming on the heels of a number of campus vices that are prevalent in higher institutions these days,” the rector said.

He stated further that any students found committing examination malpractices, cultism, fighting, stealing and other vices would not be spare from punishment.

“We shall not hesitate to show the doors if you are found culpable of these offenses as indicated in your student’s handbook.

“Indeed, that handbook should be like your Bible and Qur’an forthwith.

“I implore you to only associate yourselves with a number of management approved societies and associations which you are eligible,” Mr. Itiola stated

He reminded the students about their primary objective, which he said it is to obtain National and Higher National Diplomas.


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  • Prophet

    In case you do not know, what one wears is a form of expression and covered by the freedom of speech. They are also guided by the same principles as tolerated speech.(Go do your research)

    It is despicable that you feel you can impose your own form of morality on others. With that said, you should know that the first female student you expel for wearing ‘wicked jeans’ (whatever that may be) will come at great expense to you ( the management) and each individual component of the said body as we will sue you, and every individual member of your entity for violating the students constitutional guaranteed rights to freedom of expression.

    If this article of clothing is common enough to have a well recognized name (wicked jeans), you will need to show us how it became so common place and why the Government has not acted to restrict it if it is indeed the course of your so called “vices”!
    You are managing an institution of higher learning, not a Madrasa and it seems it is necessary someone brings you off your high horse because you are obviously power drunk to think you can impose your will o students.