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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by bkool7(m): 12:29pm On Dec 17, 2017
When one exemption is made before the law, it'll lead to others asking to be exempted . At the end, what we'll have is anarchy

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by DerideGull(m): 12:31pm On Dec 17, 2017
smoy:
wat do you means by secular, when did you divided the country of religion and secular state, i leaned Law school is for all?

Are you this elusive? There are many Nigerians and states that practice sharia law in Nigeria. Yes, I guess you learnt correctly that law school is for everyone without religious indoctrination.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by Nobody: 12:33pm On Dec 17, 2017
I want my Muslim brothers to answer this question with all sincerity. Will it be acceptable to them if someone turn up in Sango attires to the bar ceremony?
I am yet to see anywhere in the Koran that makes the wearing of hijabs compulsory.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by oderemo(m): 12:34pm On Dec 17, 2017
DerideGull:


Why did she attend a secular law school when there is Sharia law school? She is very delusional like most Nigerians.
She is not going to change anything, she is just an idiot.ppl like her need to move to saudi Arabia and fight for women right.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by smoy: 12:35pm On Dec 17, 2017
DerideGull:


Are you this elusive? There are many Nigerians and states that practice sharia law in Nigeria. Yes, I guess you learnt correctly that law school is for everyone without religious indoctrination.
so, not the same country constitution that give her same right to practice her religion supersede any regulations?

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by eagleeye2: 12:46pm On Dec 17, 2017
If they change the law for this Muslim girl, then they must change it for so many other religions. Not like the nonsense that goes on in Nairaland religion section where I have to swear to some useless oath before commenting on that section. But they the Muslims are free to comment on Christian topics.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by ipodstinks: 12:47pm On Dec 17, 2017
Common remove that nonsense.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by DerideGull(m): 12:48pm On Dec 17, 2017
smoy:
so, not the same country constitution that give her same right to practice her religion supersede any regulations?

She has every privilege to practice her religion in the mosque not in Nigerian court room. She will still vacate the courtroom whenever she wants to pray facing east. Nigeria constitution did not grant anybody the right to practice religious doctrines in Nigerian judiciary system.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by fellowman: 12:48pm On Dec 17, 2017
smoy:
Alhamdullilah, Islam has promised by Allah shall overcome, she is wonderful.

Trump. grin grin
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by smoy: 12:51pm On Dec 17, 2017
DerideGull:


She has every privilege to practice her religion in the mosque not in Nigerian court room. She will still vacate the courtroom whenever she wants to pray facing east. Nigeria constitution did not grant anybody the right to practice religious doctrines in Nigerian judicial system.
now tell me how the Hijab will block here brain to do justice. is just a mere cloth. don't you get it, or is the Islam that you have phobia for?

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by oderemo(m): 12:51pm On Dec 17, 2017
DerideGull:


She has every privilege to practice her religion in the mosque not in Nigerian court room. She will still vacate the courtroom whenever she wants to pray facing east. Nigeria constitution did not grant anybody the right to practice religious doctrines in Nigerian judicial system.
One for the law. zero for sharia.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by erico2k2(m): 12:53pm On Dec 17, 2017
smoy:
may Allah straighten and strengthen your faith. proud of your.
In the Holy book, it says your EMplyer comes 1st,

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by millionboi2: 12:53pm On Dec 17, 2017
Nigerians are religiously blind
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by Ijaya123: 12:54pm On Dec 17, 2017
There are no Muslim or Christian Law Schools in Nigeria. people should stop trying to foist religion in a secular institution. What is the brouhaha about Hijab. Is Hijab part of the approved uniforms for Nigerian Lawyers? If No, then why trying to force it on the institution?

Religious hypocrites everywhere.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by erico2k2(m): 12:54pm On Dec 17, 2017
smoy:
now tell me how the Hijab will block here brain to do justice. is just a mere cloth. don't you get it, or is the Islam that you have phobia for?
your argument is baseless, there are certain profetion which has specific ethics.You cant add or remove by yourself, it must be done fru delibration and collective decission.

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by fortunechy(m): 12:55pm On Dec 17, 2017
like play like play this girl is gradually becoming popular

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by smoy: 12:55pm On Dec 17, 2017
erico2k2:

In the Holy book, it says your EMplyer comes 1st,
quote the book pls. your God have the say brother, he created you and made the call,
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by victorD3: 12:56pm On Dec 17, 2017
Its not her fault some of thoes tiger strips on her face needed a make over

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by victorD3: 12:56pm On Dec 17, 2017
Its not her fault some of thoes tiger strips on her face needed a make over
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by bayocanny: 12:56pm On Dec 17, 2017
fellowman:


will you accept her as a lawyer in a Sharia court?
will she not do better in a Sharia court, considering the fact that women can't even enter the Sharia court.
Women can enter sharia court, get your facts right

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by arrestdarrester: 12:56pm On Dec 17, 2017
One day we will have a traditionaist insisting on wearing the masquerade attire for call-to-bar and then we will realize the idiocy behind not respecting institutions because of our belief

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by banre(m): 12:57pm On Dec 17, 2017
this lady is a fool
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by Badgers14: 12:58pm On Dec 17, 2017
This is me Getting ready to be called to bar

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by veacea: 12:58pm On Dec 17, 2017
But this girl no fine jor

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by shoskid(m): 12:59pm On Dec 17, 2017
Totally wrong
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by enemyofprogress: 12:59pm On Dec 17, 2017
Muslims always causing and looking for trouble wherever they go. Religion of piss indeed! I spit on you and your dirty hijab tongue tongue

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by veacea: 12:59pm On Dec 17, 2017
Badgers14:
This is me Getting ready to be called to bar

God bless you my BarriSTAR

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by enemyofprogress: 12:59pm On Dec 17, 2017
banre:
this lady is a fool
no mind her,she wan take us shine
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by enigmaticlion: 1:00pm On Dec 17, 2017
Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by iswallker(m): 1:00pm On Dec 17, 2017
Stone hearted people can carry bomb...

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by enemyofprogress: 1:00pm On Dec 17, 2017
arrestdarrester:
One day we will have a traditionaist insisting on wearing the masquerade attire for call-to-bar and then we will realize the idiocy behind not respecting institutions because of our belief
pls tell those trouble makers hiding under the guise of religion

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Re: Amasa Firdaus: Why I Wore The Hijab Intentionally To Bar Ceremony by esthy86(f): 1:01pm On Dec 17, 2017
u no try at all
rubbish

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