The UN stressed on Tuesday it was opposed to most dress codes for women after France barred its Olympic athletes from wearing the Muslim hijab during the 2024 Paris Games.
Iranian authorities ordered the arrest of two women, the judiciary said Saturday, after a viral video appeared to show them being attacked by a man for not wearing the hijab.
The Nasrul-lahi-li Fathi Society of Nigeria (NASFAT) has urged Muslim women to adhere strictly to the religious directive on the wearing of Hijab.
The Muslim Students Society of Nigeria, Lagos State Area Unit, has encouraged its members to be courageous to wear the hijab to schools, despite pockets of harassment and victimisation that have been experienced so far.
Foundere of Fathul-Falah-l-Mubeen Muslim Organisation, Muqqaddam Mutiullah, has called on Muslimahs to adorn hijab moderately.
5 Aug 2022
On Thursday 16 June 2022, the Supreme Court of Nigeria delivered a judgement that approved the use of hijab by Muslim female pupils in Lagos State’s public primary and secondary schools. The implication of the decision as a matter of law is that any Muslim girl or woman attending all public educational institutions in Nigeria has an unfettered right to the use of hijab if they so choose.
2 Aug 2022
In a majority decision of five in favour and two dissenting, the Supreme Court of Nigeria on Friday, June 17, in Abuja, affirmed the rights of female Muslim students in Lagos state public primary
22 Jul 2022
The Muslim Association of Visually Impaired of Nigeria (MAVIN) has joined fellow Muslim organisations in Lagos State and beyond to congratulate female Muslim students on the recent pronouncement
8 Jul 2022
The Muslim Congress has lauded the verdict of the Supreme Court of Nigeria approving the use of hijab in government-owned schools in Lagos State.
28 Jun 2022
There was mild drama at a Federal High Court, Lagos yesterday, when a human rights lawyer, Malcolm Omihrhobo stormed the courtroom adorned in a gown and wig with Oluokun traditional dress.
22 Jun 2022
In a majority decision of six in favour and one dissent, the apex court of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja affirmed the rights of Muslims Female Students in Lagos state public primary and secondary schools to wear Hijab.
14 May 2022
Gov. AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq of Kwara has appointed a six-man white paper committee on the Oyun Baptist High School, Ijagbo, Hijab crisis.