Drama As Human Rights Lawyer Storms Court In Traditional Worship Regalia As...

Drama As Human Rights Lawyer Storms Court In Traditional Worship Regalia As Supreme Court Approves Use Of Hijabs In Schools [LOOK]

By Ekemini Ekwere | News Reporter on June 23, 2022
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Barrister Michael Omirhobo arrives court in traditional worship regalia

There was quiet pandemonium and shock at the Supreme Court on Thursday as Chief Michael Omirhobo, a Lawyer, walked into the chambers dressed in a traditionalist attire with his lawyer’s wig and robe.

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

Omirhobo, in an interview granted moments later, stated that since the Supreme Court ruled last week that students could wear Hijab to schools in Lagos State, 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.

He believes this new dress code is in accordance with religious freedom to all religions granted by the Supreme Court ruling.

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