There was drama at the National Assembly when Muje singer Akothee arrived dressed in a mini skirt.
The singer arrived at the building lunch hours of Wednesday where she was scheduled to meet nominated MP David Sankok.
She was however denied entry into the MP’s office dressed in a mini skirt by the sergeant at Arms causing drama.
Akothee was later handed a leso to cover her body but she threw it away in disagreement only to later accept upon learning there was no other way.
This is not the first time the National Assembly has been tough on dress code among the legislators.
It will be remembered that in 2018 Sabina Chege caused a stir when she arrived dressed in a V neck.
The dress code was criticized by the Deputy speaker who then called for both men and female legislators to dress appropriately.
Women were told to dress in a decent official manner as men were advised to wear an official shirt, long sleeve, with a tie, socks, and shoes.