EXTRA: Lawyer appears in supreme court dressed as 'juju priest' -- after hijab verdict

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EXTRA: Lawyer appears in supreme court dressed as ‘juju priest’ — after hijab verdict | TheCable

EXTRA: Lawyer appears in supreme court dressed as ‘juju priest’ — after hijab verdict | TheCable

Malcolm Omirhobo, a Lagos-based human rights lawyer, on Thursday appeared before the supreme court dressed as a traditionalist...

Author:June 23, 2022 2:07 PMMalcolm Omirhobo, aLagos-based human rights lawyer, on Thursday appeared before the supreme court dressed as a traditionalist.The lawyer said he dressed to court in that manner to exercise his fundamental rights following the recent verdict of the apex court which legalised the wearing of

hijabin schools.The Delta state-born lawyer caused stares and disrupted proceedings when he walked into the court dressed as “half lawyer and half traditionalist”.His wig was accessorised with two black feathers, a white circle was drawn around his right eye.

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I think jurisprudence in Nigeria should take cognizance of the diversity of the Nigerian culture and should therefore take a firm st to recognise that tolerating every cultural claims could jeopardise the sovereign authority of the state and thus sustainable stance be maintained. Jibrin Sam Okutepa, SAN: I was in the Supreme Court. He appeared dressed like as shown above but he did not disrupt the proceedings or announced appearance for any party in any of the cases listed on the cause list for today. The Supreme Court Justices did not even notice him.

Haha 😂 😄 🙈 A multi-religious/multi-faith nation-state such as Nigeria demands religion/faith-free spaces, eg. state schools, courts, for the ultimate survival of both religion and state. How the Supremes fail to see that only beggars belief. Our supreme Court justices japa😂😂 let's see if he goes to court everyday in this ... mumu man ...

Shame to the judiciary sector for there influenced judgement which resulted to this Lol Naija na maximum cruise, Vote Peter Obi to save lives

EXTRA: Lawyer makes dramatic appearance in court dressed as 'juju priest' | TheCableMalcolm Omirhobo, a Lagos-based human rights lawyer, on Thursday appeared before the supreme court dressed as a traditionalist... 😂 Yeah,just giving it the African flavour! Yaba left lawyer

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PICTORIAL: Why I wore traditional worshippers’ attire to Supreme Court proceedings – LawyerA human rights lawyer, Malcolm Omoirhobo, on Thursday, caused a stir at the Supreme Court for wearing an African traditional worshippers' attire to the court's proceedings. Nigeria deserves a channel on Netflix.🤦 Thanks. This Babalawo still go sit for where Dem right do not see... that means he did not no left from right

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EXTRA: Lawyer makes dramatic appearance in court dressed as 'juju priest' | TheCableMalcolm Omirhobo, a Lagos-based human rights lawyer, on Thursday appeared before the supreme court dressed as a traditionalist... 😂 Yeah,just giving it the African flavour! Yaba left lawyer

Hijab: Lagos gets 30-day ultimatum to issue circular on Supreme Court verdictThe Lagos State Government has been given a 30-day ultimatum by the Muslim Students Society of Nigeria to issue a circular on the recently delivered judgement by the Supreme Court approving the use of hijab in Lagos schools. If them like issue circular reach heaven, we no dey fight over religion in SW. This religion kite for election patronage won't work....we go use the PVC wella against these Grandpas. The North clearly has Islamic schools except federal universities but the south went to represent one Nigeria so they will suffer for it. Islamic State of Nigeria

EXTRA: Lawyer appears in supreme court dressed as ‘juju priest’ — after hijab verdict Author: June 23, 2022 2:07 PM Malcolm Omirhobo, a Lagos -based human rights lawyer, on Thursday appeared before the supreme court dressed as a traditionalist.EXTRA: Lawyer makes dramatic appearance in court dressed as ‘juju priest’ Author: Bolanle Olabimtan June 23, 2022 2:07 PM Malcolm Omirhobo, a Lagos-based human rights lawyer, on Thursday appeared before the supreme court dressed as a traditionalist.Five out of the seven members of the court’s panel which sat on the case, ruled in favour of hijab while the two remaining members dissented.Chief Malcom Omoirhobo 23rd June 2022 A human rights lawyer, Malcolm Omoirhobo, on Thursday, caused a stir at the Supreme Court for wearing an African traditional worshippers’ attire to the court’s proceedings.

The lawyer said he dressed to court in that manner to exercise his fundamental rights following the recent verdict of the apex court which legalised the wearing of hijab in schools. The Delta state-born lawyer caused stares and disrupted proceedings when he walked into the court dressed as “half lawyer and half traditionalist”. His wig was accessorised with two black feathers, a white circle was drawn around his right eye. His wig was accessorised with two black feathers, a white circle was drawn around his right eye.   He was also wearing a gourd on his necklace with cowries and a red wrapper tied around his waist. Advertisement Although dressed in a white shirt with a jabot as lawyers should, Omirhobo placed a charm around his neck hanging on a red cloth. Advertisement His black trousers, which he rolled up just below his knees, had his shirt neatly tucked within them. His black trousers, which he rolled up just below his knees, had his shirt neatly tucked within them. Asiyat AbdulKareem with suit number SC/910/16.

But he wrapped red cloth over his waist, hiding the pants. He also wore a long black robe used by lawyers.   Though it could not be immediately ascertained what was responsible for the short break. He also wore a long black robe used by lawyers. In October 2014, a Lagos high court ruled against the wearing of hijab in schools, a decision that was overturned by an appellate court in July 2016. In October 2014, a Lagos high court ruled against the wearing of hijab in schools, a decision that was overturned by an appellate court in July 2016. Advertisement However, in a judgment last Friday, five out of a seven-member panel of the apex court held that banning the use of hijab in Lagos schools is discriminatory. Just last week Friday, they made a very resounding decision that promotes Section 38 of the constitution. ..