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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by osundu(m): 10:10am On Apr 12, 2017
The rule is very simple,ur hair must not Be long to touch the collar Of ur shirt. The female personnel are aware. But the choose to disobey. His action was an act of enforcement to show other commanders that are sympathizers to the female in the Corp.
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by koolcat: 10:11am On Apr 12, 2017
hotspec:
Just like u too is reacting to ds. Must u also react? Abi ure from Ghana, not Nigeria
you've found a career for ya self....kudos
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Nobody: 10:13am On Apr 12, 2017
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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by AnthonioAlsaid(m): 10:13am On Apr 12, 2017
code of conduct ooooooooooo

foolish Nigerians reacting

one even said it's conspiracy theory

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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Reference(m): 10:15am On Apr 12, 2017
ironheart:
Rules are meant to be obeyed

There are also rules governing discipline and personal conduct that does not permit the kind of actions he took. Once again, this is not the FRSC school or training ground where cadets are subjected to 'indoctrination'. These are rank and file officer and service men under oath. They should be treated with respect and dignity. There are proper channels to punish and enforce discipline.

Once again I say, if Hameed Ali had been stripped to his boxers and forced into a Custom's uniform at the National Assembly grounds, what will you say. This is simply not acceptable in any service.

If physical force or the threat of it is used to establish discipline in every instance, abuse is bound to escalate and then you ask yourself where it ends. If he can show where it is explicitly written that he can cut the hair, or skirts, or whatever of men and women in the course of his duties, then he is free to do so, if not he is liable.

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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by seun1960(m): 10:17am On Apr 12, 2017
Though, in any Ministries in Nigeria Women are not allowed to put on certain type of cloth or hair because there were rules for it. but it is absurd if this punishment is allow for the offense of the officers.
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by AreaFada2: 10:18am On Apr 12, 2017
What about telling those ladies to see him after the parade?

Was the form of acceptable hairstyle even made clear to all women?

If the lady was wearing a hijab covering her hair, would he ask her to remove it to check hair length? And then touch her to cut it if too long?

Very crude public display of "sergeant major" power.

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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by EppPliss: 10:18am On Apr 12, 2017
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by AreaFada2: 10:21am On Apr 12, 2017
AnthonioAlsaid:
code of conduct ooooooooooo

foolish Nigerians reacting

one even said it's conspiracy theory


There is also a disciplinary Code of Conduct. How discipline is to be enforced or you think just anything goes?

Did the Marshall adhere to that code, as the one correcting the erring female officer?

That should be the main issue.
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by FunkyAlhaji2015: 10:25am On Apr 12, 2017
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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by YelloweWest: 10:29am On Apr 12, 2017
Reference:


To cut women's hair in the public. And you will desire, crave, beg, salivate to be called into the league of developed nations. Watch CNN for six months, no make it one year, ten years and seek these stories out of countries that are not primitive. Abeg go sidon.

By the way, which military have you served in, because if you haven't, you have no means of telling what discipline is and how to enforce it. It was a reckless, silly, stupid act and the man should be punished for bringing the Corps into disrepute.

And by the way can you explain what the hell this has to do with the safety of lives and vehicles on the highways. Can you correlate this senseless act with his mission brief.
I Thanks God for you
We still have some sane people in Nigeria.

I wonder how people can justify this
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Alirauf(m): 10:30am On Apr 12, 2017
1. If thr was nothing wrong wen teachers cut pupils hair & nails in assembly then thr is nothing wrong here
2. If it was b4 2013 I would have said is sexual abuse for a man to do a female's job but now they said equality, so equality it is.
3. He isn't cutting hair but attachments. If them go leave make them buy another 1 wear

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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by regma: 10:30am On Apr 12, 2017
I think the rule and regulation should be strictly followed. i believed FRSC has rule they follow in term of dressing code. let stop the issue of sentiment and follow the rule to the letter.

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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Nobody: 10:31am On Apr 12, 2017
BCISLTD:
angry the education sector has failed..Nigerian are grossly silly...even clear cut issues they reason with their ass..

He cut are unacceptable hair...not her head...
your own english is a clear evidence of our poor educ system, but have you heard of the common saying two wrongs dont make a right? do you have any idea what physical assault means?

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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Fourwinds: 10:32am On Apr 12, 2017
Reference:


To cut women's hair in the public. And you will desire, crave, beg, salivate to be called into the league of developed nations. Watch CNN for six months, no make it one year, ten years and seek these stories out of countries that are not primitive. Abeg go sidon.

By the way, which military have you served in, because if you haven't, you have no means of telling what discipline is and how to enforce it. It was a reckless, silly, stupid act and the man should be punished for bringing the Corps into disrepute.

And by the way can you explain what the hell this has to do with the safety of lives and vehicles on the highways. Can you correlate this senseless act with his mission brief.
by ironheart( m ): 10:07am
Rules are meant to be obeyed, before
you join the FRSC, you are given a
code of conduct book which you read
understand and sign. If you cannot
stick to the rule, you are made an
example to others. Thats what has
happened. Its better than a month
suspension without pay.
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Alirauf(m): 10:33am On Apr 12, 2017
1. If thr was nothing wrong wen teachers cut pupils hair & nails in assembly then thr is nothing wrong here bcoz some people will always break rules
2. If it was b4 2013 I would have said is sexual abuse for a man to do a female's job but now they said equality, so equality it is.
3. He isn't cutting hair but attachments. If them go leave make them buy another 1 wear
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by LaExpert: 10:34am On Apr 12, 2017
Reference:


There are also rules governing discipline and personal conduct that does not permit the kind of actions he took. Once again, this is not the FRSC school or training ground where cadets are subjected to 'indoctrination'. These are rank and file officer and service men under oath. They should be treated with respect and dignity. There are proper channels to punish and enforce discipline.

Once again I say, if Hameed Ali had been stripped to his boxers and forced into a Custom's uniform at the National Assembly grounds, what will you say. This is simply not acceptable in any service.

If physical force or the threat of it is used to establish discipline in every instance, abuse is bound to escalate and then you ask yourself where it ends. If he can show where it is explicitly written that he can cut the hair, or skirts, or whatever of men and women in the course of his duties, then he is free to do so, if not he is liable.

If that's the sanction, why are you complaining?

or how did you know the man was wrong? Do you know the laws of the FRSC or are you a member?
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by kpaofame: 10:36am On Apr 12, 2017
Rather than cutting her hair, the commander should have dismissed her undecided or query her... Cutting of hair looks like physical abuse
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Nature8(m): 10:37am On Apr 12, 2017
sad
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Nobody: 10:38am On Apr 12, 2017
Na over sabi dey worry the Marshal jawe.......Make e face the music now.
The tin e suppose do discretely e do am openly for Nigerians to watch & show their embarassedgrief

Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by ciggy000(m): 10:43am On Apr 12, 2017
I wonder how some fellows reasons sha. who in his right mind and senses who want to justify d act of d sector commander. if the ladies went against d rules of engagement as stipulated in the Act I want to belive that same act spelt out disciplinary measures too. d sector commander by his actions to has gone fowl too of d ethics guilding his profession and he should face d music
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by kilokeys(m): 10:45am On Apr 12, 2017
ekems2017:
Well we might see him as being wrong yes. But wats the rules and regulations of FRSC pertaining to plaiting of long hairs by their female staffs?

suspension without pay always does the magic.... not directly cutting the hair of married women
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by BABANGBALI: 10:45am On Apr 12, 2017
Obebedike bathing salon. Cut your head here
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by AnthonioAlsaid(m): 10:47am On Apr 12, 2017
AreaFada2:


There is also a disciplinary Code of Conduct. How discipline is to be enforced or you think just anything goes?

Did the Marshall adhere to that code, as the one correcting the erring female officer?

That should be the main issue.


brother you've got it all wrong o

I've seen pictures of this before, I couldn't retrieve them

what took place was somewhat a ritual

looks like she join the FRSC and she needs to cut her hair down and her boss has to be the one to cut it

on those photos she was smiling everyone was in a celebration mood

just like people pouring you water when you graduate

or getting beaten when you enter the NDA

not like she's being punished for erring
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by BCISLTD: 10:51am On Apr 12, 2017
kingsouthie:

your own english is a clear evidence of our poor educ system, but have you heard of the common saying two wrongs dont make a right? do you have any idea what physical assault means?

You are a classic example of the failed reasoning I'm talking about..firstly you can't differentiate between a typo/autocorrect and a problem with use of English...hence you are a slowpoke..

So I'm not surprised that you are inferring "two wrongs "...like i said u are a slowpoke
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by kayceelol: 10:52am On Apr 12, 2017
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Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Tmsungs(m): 10:56am On Apr 12, 2017
Too bad my broda
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by tiswell(m): 10:58am On Apr 12, 2017
ekems2017:
Well we might see him as being wrong yes. But wats the rules and regulations of FRSC pertaining to plaiting of long hairs by their female staffs?
**staff**
Re: Nigerians React To The FRSC Commander Who Cut Female Staff's Hair by Nobody: 11:02am On Apr 12, 2017
BCISLTD:
angry the education sector has failed..Nigerian are grossly silly...even clear cut issues they reason with their ass..

He cut her unacceptable hair...not her head...
...so mr fastpoke where exactly did your auto correct begin?nigerian are grossly silly? or they reason with their ass? Please spare me your pathetic excuse and go get some education on physical assault and abuse of power, you are the type your boss would tell to take off your pants or shoes and you wouldnt see anything wrong with that.

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