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Islamic Group Praises Soludo Over Ban Of Miniskirts In Schools

Muslim Rights Concern [MURIC] has praised Governor Charles Soludo of Anambra State over the ban of miniskirts by school girls in public and private schools.

Within Nigeria reports that as schools resumed last Tuesday the Anambra state government said it has banned the wearing of short skirts by female students in schools.

The state commissioner for education Prof Ngozi Chuma-Udeh said the ban was public and private schools in the state.

In response to the development, MURIC argued that the ban is in line with Muslim groups in Nigeria’s call for hijab. They praised the governor and they said he is after the interest of the girl child, morality and discipline. They advised other governors to emulate him because other uniforms are provocative and inviting and they constitute danger to school girls.

They also said the Society contradicts itself, we claim we want to reduce sexual sins but we have young ladies dressing in a provocative manner that makes it hard for men to concentrate. They went on to add in their statement that proper dressing will reduce sexual activities among youths that will eventually lead to a lower rate of HIV in the country.

They praised Islamic Organisation for always fighting for what is right and holy and encouraged them not to give up on the good fight.

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