In Zambia, a Lumezi Member of Parliament honourable Munir Zulu has been warned against coming to parliament with a female handbag.
Zambia’s speaker of National Assembly Nelly Mutti sent the warning.
Other Male MPs have also been told they risk suspension from the house if they come with handbags.
Last year in December, honourable Zulu was also chased out of parliament for allegedly breached the code of dressing of the August House.
Zulu, who is a Muslim, wore an outfit known as the thobe.
In his defense, Zulu stated that he did not breach any Parliamentary Dress Code as outlined in Standing Orders 206 where his outfit is listed in the category of African Togas and such outfits are allowed.
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