Ibadan Poly Ban Driving Of Tinted Vehicles By Students

Ibadan Poly Ban Driving Of Tinted Vehicles By Students

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Ibadan, Nigeria – The Polytechnic, Ibadan has banned driving of tinted vehicles by students, body piercing, sitting on opposite sex laps and other circular activities on campus.

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This is contained in a newly updated morality code signed by the institution governing body, made available to students as new session begins.

Additionally, Ibadan Poly also banned pregnant female students and nursing mothers from bringing babies to classrooms and hostels.

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“The school is not a nursing home. Is it right to bring babies into lecture rooms? It is definitely a distraction,” Mr Soladoye told Peoples Gazette. “They are free to have babies. But they should look for a childcare facility for their babies.”  Adewole Soladoye, the polytechnic’s spokesman, confirmed.

The school governing council said certificates would only be awarded to students “upright” in their academic pursuit and moral conduct, urging them to shun indecent dressing.

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Below is the full list of items listed on the morality code titled; “The Polytechnic, Ibadan, indecent dressing/posture notice to new and returning students”

  1. Multi Coloured Braid for females. One (1) Semester suspension

2.Coloured Hairstyles. One (1) Semester suspension

3 Hair Braiding for Male. Two (2) Semester suspension

  1. Dreadlocks. One (1) Semester suspension
  2. Spangled Hair Style for Male. Two (2) Semester suspension
  3. Earring for Male/Cowries for Female. One (1) Semester suspension
  4. Unconventional Wearing of Face Cop/ Fez Cap. One (1) Semester suspension
  5. Tattered Jeans. One (1) Semester suspension
  6. Micro/Mini Dress. One (1) Semester suspension
  7. Crop Tops/Jump Tops. One (1) Semester suspension
  8. Off Shoulder Clothes. One (1) Semester suspension
  9. Backless Clothes. One (1) Semester suspension
  10. Transparent Wears. One (1) Semester suspension
  11. Bum Shorts. One (1) Semester suspension

15.Nose, Mouth Eye Extra rings. One (1) Semester suspension

  1. Sagging. One (1) Semester suspension
  2. Tattoo. One (1) Semester suspension

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OTHER SANCTIONABLE CONDUCTS

  1. Intimate Open Embrace (Hugging) One (1) Semester suspension
  2. Openly sitting on each other’s laps (Opposite Sex) One (1) Semester suspension
  3. Nursing Mothers/Pregnant Students residing in the Hostel. One (1) Semester suspension
  4. Bringing Babies to the Hostel/Classroom. Ejection from the Hostel/Classroom One (1) Semester suspension
  5. Driving of tinted vehicles by students into the campus. Impounding of Car One (1) Semester suspension

The Management, on behalf of the Governing Council, has approved for implementation of the above-listed sanctions for all the categories of Indecent Dressing/Posture.

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