NPA bans female staff from wearing trousers, miniskirts to work

The management of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) has reportedly banned its female staff from wearing miniskirts and jeans trousers to work. According to a statement by the general manager of NPA, female staff members who are found wanting will be sanctioned.

“It has been observed that despite the issuance of a couple of circulars vide HQ/GMHR/CON/G.3/128 of 25th August, 2008 and HQ/CR/AD/G.1/3039 of 19th December, 2014 on corporate Dress Code, some employees still indulge in improper dressing to the office.

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For the avoidance of doubt, it is hereby reiterated that inappropriate dressings such tight jeans trousers, cut-off trousers, mini-skirts/dresses, tummy and navel shirt transparent/exposing outfits, spaghetti strapped dresses, mismatched clothes, rubber slippers, tattered shoes and rough hairstyles, (to mention but a few) that are unnecessary distractions would no longer be condoned and will henceforth attract appropriate sanctions. In view of the foregoing and to further maintain a positive corporate image of a reputable organisation, all divisional, departmental and sectional heads, especially heads of personnel are once again enjoined to ensure monitoring of compliance of employees dressings with emphasis on decent, moderate and smart national and formal English wears.” the statement read

President Buhari last month appointed Hadiza Bala Usman as the new managing director of the parastata.

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6 thoughts on “NPA bans female staff from wearing trousers, miniskirts to work

  1. @David:

    “tight jeans trousers, cut-off trousers, mini-skirts/dresses, tummy and navel shirt transparent/exposing outfits, spaghetti strapped dresses, mismatched clothes, rubber slippers, tattered shoes and rough hairstyles”

    These are very unprofessional way to appear at work.

    Thank God the boss is a woman, she understands some ‘women’ better and their secret intentions (trap for men).

    those men can take their salary home to their families, is that not positive change to the micro-economy of that family?

    Like

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