On Thursday, a little incident occurred at the Supreme Court sitting in Abuja when Malcolm Omoirhobo, a human rights attorney from Lagos, showed up for court hearings dressed as “Olokun,” the god of rivers, in full traditional garb.
He said that by doing this, he was expressing his fundamental human rights in accordance with the Supreme Court’s ruling that permitted all Nigerians to practice their religion as they saw fit and to wear the hijab in public settings like schools.
According to prior reports, Muslim female students in Lagos State were permitted to attend classes while donning the headscarf on Friday by the Supreme Court.
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