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    "Like Leah Sharibu, Like Amasa Firdaus" By Sirajudeen Abdulazeez Folayemi

    If Amasa Aljanatu Firdaus is a Muslim fanatics for refusing to remove her hijab and risk being denied the call to the Prestigious Nugerian Bar then Leah Sharibu is a Christian fanatics for refusing to adorn hijab even at the risk of her life! Like Leah Sharibu, like Amasa Firdaus. Amasa...
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    Metro Law School Hijab controversy: Court restrains Reps from conducting public hearing – Premium Times

    The Federal High Court, Abuja, has restrained the House of Representatives from conducting the planned public hearing on the Hijab wearing controversy between the Nigerian Law School and Firdraus Abdulsalam. Justice Anwuli Chikere gave the order on Wednesday in her ruling on an application filed...
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    Metro Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony [Premium Times]

    AMASA Firdaus, a Muslim faithful who graduated from Nigerian Law School (NLS) and was refused her call to bar for failing to remove her hijab, has said her defiance was to challenge the status quo. Firdaus, made her stance known in a chat with Premium Times. She described the actions of the...
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    Metro Call To Bar: I Wore Hijab To Challenge The Status Quo - Firdaus Explains

    Amasa Firdaus, the Nigeria Law School graduate who was refused her call to bar for failing to remove her hijab, has told TheCable that her defiance was to challenge the status quo. The incident, which took place at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, has generated intense debate on the...
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    World German Minister Sparks Outrage After Refusing To Wear a Hijab During Visit To Saudi Arabia[PHOTOS]

    The German defence minister, Ursula von der Leyen, has caused outrage after she and her team refused to cover their hair during an official visit to Saudi Arabia. Von der Leyen, while in the Muslim county failed to wear the traditional hijab, even when she met with the Deputy Crown Prince...
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    Metro Buhari Has No Plan To Ban Wearing of Hijab - Presidency

    The Presidency has dismissed the insinuations that the Federal Government had banned the use of Hijab, the Muslim women’s dressing symbol of modesty. This is contained in a statement issued in Abuja by the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the President, Malam Garba Shehu...
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    Metro Muslim Group Reacts To Banning of Hijab

    The Director, Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC), Ishaq Akintola has rejected any idea of imposing a ban on hijab saying it is escapist and scapegoatism. Last night, President Muhammadu Buhari hosted media executives to a presidential media chat. The president hinted on the possibility of imposing a...