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Hair-plaiting banned in Leer market

Author : | Published: Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Unity State’s Leer County environmental health department has warned women selling tea and food in the market not to braid their hair at work.

The health department issued an order to business women working in the market after they discovered some were braiding their hair while preparing tea.

The director for environmental health, Bol Nyuon Rundial, said that cooks and waiters working in the local restaurant should cover their hair with a veil for better hygiene and sanitation.

Mr. Bol said the order will be effective this week, and both men women working in the restaurant must be in uniform.

He warned that anyone who will be found violating the rules will face the law.

One of the tea makers, Nyabany Kiir, told Naath FM that she approved of the order.

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