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Why I Dressed As Traditionalist To Attend Proceedings At Supreme Court–Lawyer(See Pictures)

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A lawyer has revealed why he dressed as a traditionalist to attend proceedings at Supreme Court.

THE NATION REPORTERS reports that a human rights lawyer, Chief Malcom
Omoirhobo appeared in Supreme Court wearing traditional attire on Thursday.

Addressing journalists at the court, Omoirhobo stated that he showed up to the court proceedings in the outfit to exercise his fundamental human rights.

Recently, the Supreme Court made a judgement that permits Nigerians to express their way of worship and the use of hijab in schools and public places.

He said, “I am very grateful to the Supreme Court just last week Friday they made a very resounding decision that promotes Section 38 of the constitution. That is our right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion.

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“That we are free to express our way of worship in our schools and in our courts. That decision was reached on Friday and that has encouraged me.

“Because I am a traditionalist and this is the way I worship. Based on the decision of the Supreme Court this is how I will be dressing henceforth in court because I am a strong adherent to ‘Olokun’, the god of rivers.”

The lawyer added that the judgement implied that every Nigerian, no matter their profession could express their religious beliefs with their mode of dressing.

 

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