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Rate of indecent nude dressing by students of Higher Institutions a concern – Lecturers

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Two University Lecturers, Taiwo Thanni and Omolade Atofojomo have expressed concerns over increasing rate of indecent and nude dressing by students of Higher Institutions in the country, particularly female students.

The duo, who were speaking on a Radio Lagos programme in Ikeja said this would explain why some irresponsible lecturers harassed them sexually.

The two dons said it was ironical to note that some parents would not even border to know whether their Children dressed normally to school or not.

They argued that some parents gave their female children in the higher institutions free hand to operate on the premise that they could now take care of themselves by not visiting their schools regularly to monitor them.

They however charged the lecturers to behave responsibly and  take care of the female students, as they would their own daughters.

They agreed that some of the lecturers who were supposed to implement the law against indecent and nude dressing in their various schools were the law breakers themselves.

Thanni and Atofojomo urged students that were sexually harassed by their lecturers to sum up courage and report to appropriate authorities for necessary disciplinary action.

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