The women’s commissioner, Miss Angela Darko, launched this initiative on Sunday at a Student Chaplaincy Council remembrance and thanksgiving service at the Royal Parades grounds in KNUST.
The initiative, according to Miss Darko, is to motivate the students, especially ladies to dress decently adding that women are valued when they carry themselves about in a very decent way which will eventually empower them.
She, however, denied that her outfit is trying to impose some dress code on the students adding that students should not forget KNUST is preparing them into the outside world.
Miss Darko said lectures are formal places and it behooves on the students to dress well for lectures.
By: Bright Habita