Lawyer attends Supreme court proceedings in traditional worshipper’s regalia after apex court approved use of hijab in schools and public places

A Nigerian lawyer caused a stir at the Supreme court today June 23, when he attended proceedings in the court in his traditional worshipper’s regalia.   According to him, he decided to dress that way following the judgment of the Supreme Court delivered on June 17, that allows Nigerians express their mode of worship, which includes the use of hijab in schools and public places.   See more photos of the lawyer below…    

Kwara Muslims ask that schools’ names be changed alongside other demands amid lingering hijab crises

The  Muslim community in Kwara State has suggested that the names of all schools formerly owned by Muslim and Christian proprietors in the state should be changed as part of solutions to the hijab crisis in the state.   In a letter addressed to the State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, the Muslim community recommended six actions to be taken by the government in resolving the issue of hijab-wearing by female Muslim students in all public schools in the state.   The letter

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Lagos state govt reopens Chrisland schools

The Lagos State Government has ordered the reopening of all Chrisland Schools in the state that were earlier shut down following the viral sex video of some pupils of the school.   The state gave the order for the reopening of the school in a statement released by the state Commissioner of Education, Folasade Adefisayo.   Recall that the state government had on Monday, April 18, ordered the closure of the school’s branches in Lagos state following the leaked sex video.

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That age is so sensitive. They need you

In the wake of the Sylvester Oromoni incident, singer Simi, has expressed her disapproval of parents who send their wards to boarding school.   According to her, the age children are sent to boarding schools is sensitive and that they need their parents at that time.   See her post below…  

Russia extends ban on mass gatherings at schools until 2022

Russia has extended the ban on mass gatherings, including schools and extracurricular clubs, until Jan. 1, 2022.   A ban on mass gatherings at Russian schools was first imposed in June to curb the spread of the coronavirus and was set to expire on Jan. 1, 2021.   However, a new decree published Monday, Dec 7, and signed by Russia’s chief sanitary doctor, Anna Popova, extends the ban and now also applies to sports organizations and other social infrastructure for children

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Chrisland turned me to an enemy

The mother of a toddler who was sexually abused by a supervisor/pastor in Chrisland School, Victoria Garden City (VGC), has spoken out after an Appeal Court upheld the supervisor’s 60 years jail sentence.   Narrating how she discovered in 2016 that her daughter, who was 2 years and 11 months old at the time, had been sexually abused multiple times by Adegboyega Adenekan, a former supervisor at the school, the child’s mum said:   I had read Pastor Nomthi Odukoya’s

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