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VIDEO: Lawyer, Malcom speaks with newsmen why he will continue coming to Court in Olokun Fetish attires

Lagos-based human rights lawyer, Malcom Omoirhobo, a Lagos based Human Rights Activist, on Thursday caused a stir at the Supreme Court in Abuja as he was dressed like a Juju priest.

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Malcom attended the proceedings dressed in an attire believed to be worn by adherents of ‘Olokun’, the ruler of all bodies of water and other water deities.

The lawyer, who hails from Delta State, said he dressed to court in that manner to exercise his Fundamental Human Rights following the judgement of the Supreme Court that allows every Nigerian to express their way of worship and the use of Hijab in schools and public places.

Upon the lawyer’s arrival in the court at about 9:00 am, the lawyers already seated were taken by surprise to see one of their colleagues in a unique attire.

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Written by Adesoji OMOSEBI

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