reverend Godfridah Sumaili

SUMAILI EXPLAINS WHY SHE WANTS TO PROPOSE DRESS CODE
“We want to reduce sexual offences”

Instead of legalising prostitution, we thought it ideal to introduce dress code especially for our women which will not only reduce prostitution but reduce sexual offences such as rape, Minister of National guidance and Religious Affairs Godfridah Sumaili has said. Ms Sumaili said some men rape women because of the seductive dressing and the dress code will curtail that.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Put the economy back on track.

    Let our women be. Spend time to regulate and monitor fake one con men of gold.

    Prostitution is not unique to Zambia. I don’t need to remind you that prostitution is the oldest trade mankind has ever indulged in.

  2. Useless fake religious minister. Introduce dress code? Whet÷? In a democratic country? If you like wrapping yourself in bubu do not force it on the women of this country. Why is your voice not heard when people are shot in cold blood when a person is not allowed to attend a funeral? HYPOCRITE you will be judged by Man and by God.

  3. Talk of shooting stealing gassing and rigging going on in PF not dresses .When they killed citizen you were happy and quite you stand up and talk useless things of rape please love your neighbour as yourself.Death first if you tell us who shot then we shall hear you

  4. Ban Women from wearing men dress code. Ban leggings, ripped jeans, Jean, shorts, trousers, mini skirts and any skin tight clothing and that which reveals feminine power of darkness and 40% of bear skin eg. Far above thighs. Bear back almost to the waist, chest showing typical Bonita’s valley.
    Suggest; normal dress, skirt shortest across knees, mid skirt and any such designs that portray descent dress.

  5. Madam minister you don’t even know what you are doing in that office.people are killed and you are quiet,gassing,fire tender,fake drugs,inno insulting leaders,the list is endless and you are mute as if you don’t exist.to tell you the truth madam it is annoying what you do,so annoying.how I wish you can be taken to ministry of chiefs not where you are where you have completely been made irrelevant.

  6. Me i get my uncle to shaggy the woman until she stops talking nonsense!! She doesn’t even know what she is supposed to be doing. PF murdered citizens recently and she was quiet! From nowhere she comes up with a dress code in a democratic country – hell no!! We like what we see and women want us to appreciate them so why should this woman appoint herself as the regulator? Leave the girls alone, you crazy woman!!

  7. Why minister want to come up with such thing? She not got work to do in her office? Zambia is democracy. Woman choose what she want to wear period. No forcing matter to wear bubu or chitenge

  8. First start with proposing the scrapping off of your ministry. It’s a waste our money.
    You’ve allowed the entire church to be dragged into corruption. Shame on you Rev

  9. This minister and her ministry are a waste of resources! I believe the ministry itself is an appeasement to the “Christians for Lungu” club and mostly the Pentecostals! It is a ministry created in the moment of frenzy blabbering when its keen followers pretend to speak a language that even confuses a baby! The ministry has no national agenda as the minister herself is lost on her terms of reference! Introduce dress code instead of empowering women with defensive means against attacks generally and do better than Nkandu Luo’s “Tasintha!” Anyway any change to party in government will also spell end to the Ministry of Religious Affairs or is it abolition of religious affairs?

  10. Imwe u think this woman has cracked a deal with the people that Manifacture chitenge fabric in the neighbouring congo hence the need to forcefully want women to change their dress code lol…now mama? Honestly speaking, where were you all this while when the police were killing Zambians and what advise or guidance have you given to your fellow corrupt ministers for you to come here and start talking about irrelevant things? You know what? If you were a true rev you would have stepped down on moral grounds sighting corruption and oppression in government.Just accept that your position is more political then that of upholding Christian morals and values.its as simple as that because you can’t fool God nor the people of Zambia.we know who you worship and whose interest you save.one day when all this is over,I bet you will look down and say “I was wrong to have had worshipped and saved that man as though he was God” one day and that day is nearing

  11. What were Africans wearing before the white man brought clothes?
    Maybe start from there and see that a woman in a miniskirt is well dressed today and thus the dress code argument does not make sense in a free Democratic society!
    What defiles a person is not what they wear or eat! What defiles a person are evil thoughts, killings, covetousness, corruption, etc!
    Can we start collecting signatures and present a petition to have this irrelevant Ministry abolished for being such a nuisance!

  12. BANA SUMAILI, YOU CAN NOT TALK ABOUT DRESS CODE DURING THE G STRING ERA, WHERE WERE YOU BEFORE WE SLIMMED DOWN TO THE G STRING, THAT IS WHY PEOPLE SAY YOU HAVE NOTHING TO DO IN YOUR MINISTRY, IN THIS ERROR DRESS CODE CAN ONLY BE MONITORED AT FAMILY LEVEL NOT NATIONAL LEVEL.

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