Femi Fani-Kayode says, “Wearing hijab is an ugly reminder of the suffering, repression, bondage and humiliation of women.”

Femi Fani-Kayode has some words against the practice of wearing hijabs by muslims.

The former Aviation Minister—in reaction to a controversy of a Female law graduate, Amasa Firdaus, who refused removing her Hijab at the Call to Bar ceremony last week and was turned back—called out the Sultan of Sokoto for his recent comments that the “molestation of Muslim ladies who wear Hijab must stop.”

FFK, on Twitter, tweeted:

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