Use of Hijab: Drama as lawyer storms Supreme Court in traditional worshippers’ attire

A mild drama played out at the Supreme Court on Thursday, as a frontline human right activist, Chief Malcom Omirhobo, attended proceedings, dressed as a native doctor. Chief Omirhobo, who sauntered into the courtroom barefooted, wore his lawyer’s wig and black gown with a white shirt, though instead of a black trouser and suit, he wore a red wrapper with a mini-calabash-amulet dangling on his neck. The lawyer, who also wore amulets on his wrist and ankle, sat comfortably in a row of chairs reserved for legal practitioners while proceedings of the apex court lasted. Even though he was not

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