The MP said that Uganda is a religious country where the constitution is followed. And in this 1995 constitution, ethical values are supposed to be upheld. More so Ugandans are supposed to be brought up with good morals.
She then cited the recent concerts in schools where musicians have been dancing in very ‘obscene and seductive ways.’ What’s more disappointing is that even the students have been joining in these dances.
The MP added that to her and other mothers out there, this is completely unacceptable. This is because there are ways that these musicians should dress when going to schools. Sarah Opendi added that some of these musicians dress almost ‘naked.’
The MP also highlighted the recent Makerere Graduation.
This graduation attracted a lot of criticism, especially on the dress code of the female students. These were almost nude and the MP said that this is unbecoming.
She further said that parents need to bring up their children when they respect themselves and their bodies. Hon Opendi then advised that there should be stricter laws on how children should dress in school.
“We, therefore, need to bring up our children with good morals when they can respect themselves and their bodies. I want to request the Ministry of Education to put up stricter guidelines on dress codes on how students are not supposed to be dressed. Why can’t we have the dress code of UCU in other schools,” said Hon Sarah Opendi.
Apparently, a video of Sheebah performing at Seeta High left many people concerned. The singer was in a skimpy short dress but her performance went on undeterred.
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