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Human Right: Lawyer Dresses In Traditional Worship Attire To Supreme Court

Human Rights Lawyer, Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, Storms Supreme Court Dressed In Native Doctor Attire, After The Apex Court Ruled That Muslim Students Can Wear Hijab To Schools In Lagos.

According to reports, when the Learned Lawyer walked into the Supreme Court, the Justices who were on seat looked up in shock, looked at themselves and without a word, went on recess.

In an interview he granted few minutes later, Chief Omirhobo stated that since the Supreme Court has ruled last week that students could wear Hijab to schools in Lagos, that means the Court has given every religion a right to dress the way the believers wish to dress and that he has decided to dress like a traditionalist/native doctor from now on to court since the Supreme Court has given religious freedom to all religions!

By the recent judgement of the Supreme Court, everyone can dress as they deem fit to anywhere including to court.

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