Hijab controversy! NSCIA threathen to stage protest, see details below.

the association of Nigerian muslims, the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), has reacted to the present hijab contention shaking the Nigerian Law School. 

In an announcement sent to PREMIUM TIMES on Tuesday morning, the Deputy Secretary General of the association, Salisu Shehu, a teacher, blamed the Nigerian Law School for disorder and Islamophobia. 

The gathering undermined across the country dissent and a wild lawful activity should the graduate school neglect to revoke its choice not to call the influenced graduate, Firdaus Amosa, to the bar. 

"There is most likely that Abdulsalam Firdaos Amosa has been exploited, mortified and damaged by the Nigerian Law School, the Body of Benchers and the Council for Legal Education by virtue of her confidence," the announcement said. 

"She has been precluded from claiming legitimately joining her expert partners in light of her religion. She has been presented to derision and slander by remaining for her religious rights. It makes one wonder that she isn't the main Muslim woman among those worried as nobody will remain for her when she shows up before her Creator to safeguard the rightness and generally of her activities. We repeat that she has not abused any law. 

"The NSCIA requests that the Federal Government, through the Ministry of Justice, call the Council for Legal Education and the Nigerian Law School to arrange with the goal that they won't stir religious emergency in the nation. 

"Our Council calmly sits tight for what the Ministry will do as it puts different alternatives on the table including case and across the nation dissents. 

"The individuals who figure they can ride roughshod on the privileges of Muslims on the grounds that their co-Christian colonialists did it effectively should wake up and understand that Muslims are equivalent partners in this nation."

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