Photos as Coalition of Islamic Organisations of Nigeria honours Amasa Al-janah
Al-janah, who was denied graduating last year, was eventually called to the Bar this year
The lady at the receiving end of the hijab controversy at the Nigeria Law School, Firdaus Amasa Al-janah was on Wednesday night honoured by the Coalition of Islamic Organisation of Nigeria.
Al-janah, who was denied graduating last year, was eventually called to the Bar this year.
Hajia Aminat Namadi Sambo, wife of former Vice President Namadi Sambo, was one of the guests at the Grand Reception in her honour at National Mosque, Abuja on Wednesday night.
From left: Chairman, Oyo State Community Muslims Association, Alhaji Kunle Sani; Chairman, Coalition of Islamic Organisation of Nigeria, Abdulrahman Balogun; and Member representing Kano Municipal Area in the House of Representatives, Rep. Abubakar Damburam, during a reception in honour of Firdausa Amasa, who refused to remove her Hijab during her Call to Bar in Abuja.
From left: Wife of Member representing Kano Municipal Area at the Federal House of representatives, Amina Abubakar; Wife of the former Vice President, Amina Namadi-Sambo; and the Award recipient, Firdausa Amasa.
Firdausa Amasa (L), receiving a plaque from Amina Namadi-Sambo.