Nigerian Law School
Amasa, others to address ISI Muslim girls in Ibadan
Nigerian Law School Hijab heroine, Barr. Firdaus Amasa will join other prominent Muslim professional women to address the Muslim girls of International School Ibadan (ISI) on Sunday in Ibadan. In a statement by the Chairman of ISI Muslim Parents Forum, Abdur-Rahman Balogun, stated that the one-day sensitization programme entitled: ``Be Firm’’ will hold at the…
Every lawyer is a potential leader
We thank God Almighty for sparing our lives to witness these Call to Bar Ceremonies. I have the pleasure of welcoming you all to this unique occasion, which marks the formal admission of the new wigs into the legal profession in Nigeria. I felicitate with you (the new wigs) for the successful completion of your…
I’m not under any pressure to resign, says Obono-Obla
Mr Okoi Obono-Obla, Chairman, Special Presidential Investigation Panel on the Recovery of Public Property, has denied reports that he was under pressure to resign, saying the “purported report is false, baseless and wicked”. Obono-Obla said on Thursday in Lagos said that the matter in question that necessitated the report was in court. Obono-Obla, a senior…
Law School class of ‘85 to honour Essien, Mujakperuo, others
The Class of 1985 of the Nigerian Law School will on Monday, honour their classmate, the Vice Chancellor, Federal University of Uyo, Prof Enefiok Essien and a retired Army General...
Amasa Firdaus called to bar in hijab
The embattled law graduate Firdaus Amasa has been finally called to bar in her hijab, seven months after she was first denied. Amasa was denied entrance to the International Conference Centre, Abuja on December 12, 2017, where the call to bar programme was to take place for refusing to remove her hijab. The Body of…
‘Nigerian law school has outlived its usefulness’
The first feeling is one of happiness, satisfaction and gratefulness to God for keeping me in the same position for so long. I had my ups and downs, but by 90 per cent, I have enjoyed what I’m doing.
Firdaus Amasa awaits Reps resolution of hijab controversy before legal action
The Nigerian Law School graduate denied access to the call to bar ceremony, Miss Firdaus Amasa, has said she would await the resolution of the Federal House of Representatives before taking any legal action.
Reps probe law school over Firdaus’ rights
The House of Representatives is probing into the decision by the Nigerian Law School denying Amasa Firdaus who insisted on adorning the hijab, alongside the wig and gown, a call to the Bar.