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Aminu Sanusi, first son of the Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, has joined the Nigeria Police Force, The Cable reports.
Aminu enrolled in the Police Academy after his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme.
He studied Accounting at the University of Buckingham, UK, and graduated from the academy to the rank of Assistant Superintendent of Police.
His sister, writing on his Facebook wall, congratulated him, saying she is so proud of him.
She wrote that when she learned he wanted to join the police she laughed thinking it was a joke, but he insisted, saying he wished to reform the police. She wrote:
To be honest when he said he wanted to join the police, no offence, I was like haha so jokes. But he went ahead, against all advice and odds and now, I’m glad he did.
While the rest of us struggle to find what our calling, personal legend is, my brother has found his. He is so happy! So proud! So responsible! He hasn’t regretted this one moment- in fact, he says things like “Sorry I’m returning your call late, I was cutting grass @ like 11pm.
I stopped waiting to hear “I made a mistake”. What I’m most proud of is his reason ‘we need to change the police system in Nigeria, policemen aren’t doing their jobs, people don’t feel safe. I want to bring about that change’. I am so so so proud of the man you have become big brother. I love you soooo much.
Firdaus Amasa has said she was aware her insistence on wearing her #hijab on her call to bar ceremony would get her barred, Premium Times reports.
Firdaus had been denied from being called to the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) after showing up to her call to bar wearing her hijab.
The internet had gone agog, some people saying she knew the rules and should have abided by them, while others said it is her fundamental human right to wear a hijab.
The president of NBA, A. B. Mahmoud has described the controversy as needless, saying it will be addressed.
Firdaus, speaking to Premium Times, said her major concern was to pave the way for others in the coming years to be permitted to use their hijab during the ceremony.
She said there are no laws proscribing the use of the hijab, and it is only a convention. She added she “knew that was what was going to happen.” She said:
My major concern is the approval of Hijab so that every person coming behind me will be able to use it for the call to bar.
There is nothing like that (laws preventing the use of Hijab). When you ask them too, they tell you it is convention; that that is how it is done and it has to remain like that.
My demand is that Hijab should be approved.
Following a 90 minute rigorous defence, former president Olusegun Obasanjo has bagged a PhD in Christian Theology, Punch reports.
Obasanjo submitted a 250-page thesis which was deemed satisfactory by a 6-man panel in the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). The panel included Mande Samaila, dean, Postgraduate School, as Chairman; Cletus Gotan, external supervisor; Deji Ayegboyin, major supervisor; Mustapha Raheem Adejoro, head of department, Religious Studies; Nebath Tanglang, representative, School of Postgraduate Studies; and Godwin Akper, internal supervisor and dean, faculty of arts.
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That's all for today. The #BNDoGood train stops again at Alagbado on Tuesday. We'll be sharing more information soon.
Don't forget to spread love around you this season and beyond: Do Good. Cheers.
Recipient of the BN Bursary Christiana Ibrahim with our Founder/CEO @uchepedro @pearlsafrica's "December to Remember" event.
Christiana is also from the Chibok Community and just gained admission to study Mass Communications at the National Open University.
Recipient of the BN Bursary Janet Audu from Chibok Community with our Founder/CEO @uchepedro @pearlsafrica's "December to Remember" event.
Janet graduated from secondary school in 2015 and has just gained admission to Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria.