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(BBC) Public servants in Uganda are facing a strict dress code after the government issued a circular warning them to "dress decently".

Female officers
  • To dress in a skirt or dress that is not above the knees, with a smart long or short sleeved blouse. Officers should avoid wearing sleeveless, transparent blouses and dresses at the work place.
  • To ensure that the clothing covers up cleavage, navel, knees and back.
  • Not allowed to have bright coloured hair in form of natural hair, braids and hair extensions.
  • Maintain well-groomed, neutral polished nails. Long nails with more than 3cms (1.5in), with bright nail polish or with multi-coloured nail polish are not allowed in public offices.
  • Shall keep the facial make-up simple and not exaggerated.
Male officers
  • Male officers are required to dress in neat trousers, long-sleeved shirts, jacket and a tie.
  • Officers will not be allowed to put on open shoes during working hours, except on health grounds/recommendation.
  • Hair should be well-groomed and generally kept short.
  • Tight fitting trousers will not be permitted.


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I have no problem with these regulations.

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Post time 2017-7-15 22:06:57 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2017-7-6 22:21
I have no problem with these regulations.

Do you mean the rule on “female offers” is also fit for you?         (kidding)
The most useful knowledge and skill that we are lack of is that of about human!

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