Following the raging hijab crisis, the Kwara government led by Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq has been urged to respect the rule of law concerning schools of religious bodies in the state.
The Punch reports that the appeal was made by the Kwara Baptist Conference in a statement issued by the president, Rev’d. Dr. V.S.A Dada.
The Conference had described the state government’s action of closing religious bodies schools as committing contempt of court over the issue.
Rev’d Dada went on to note that the matter is still pending before the Supreme Court, adding that a High Court ordered the existing status quo be maintained.