Amal Bello, a grandchild of President Muhammadu Buhari, graduated from Nigerian Tulip International College (NTIC).
At the graduation ceremony that was place on Tuesday, June 28, in Abuja, Amal’s mother Hajia Hadiza Bello, and her mother Halima Sheriff were both in attendance.
However, Amal’s attire offended Nigerians, who charged that she was not wearing hisbah.
View the remarks below.
Why doesn’t Hisbah arrest her for not covering her hair, asks Big Rahim Yu.
She isn’t even covering her head, according to SonofDesoil. Oh, this religion thing is for the underprivileged.
Erm-eye: “Arewa would abuse her for having her hair out in the open and/or not donning a headscarf if she were the daughter of a nobody. Some religious laws only apply to the underprivileged. Congratulations, young one. Let’s speak to your grandfather.
The restrictions don’t apply because she has her hair down, said Bohrlanle.
“Pre.daughter Buhari’s is not donning the contentious hijab,” writes Geoffrey obuna1. She was in a foreign school and had gorgeous hair. As you can see, religion and religious belief work very hard to help the impoverished.