Nigeria actress Rahama Sadau’s decision to wear a backless gown during a photoshoot just to explore her feminity has clashed with her religion as Islam clerics are set to go all out to punish her according to the teachings of their Prophet.
Although Rahama has been banned from featuring in Kannywood movies, she’s set to appear before a Sharia Court for stiffer punishment.
A press release signed by Lawal Muhammad Gusau on behalf of the Concerned and Peace-Loving Muslim Ummah, listed some conditions that must be met before she defends herself.
Sharia courts are used in many countries, including Nigeria. Like any legal system, Sharia is complex and its practice is entirely reliant on the quality and training of experts. Islamic jurists issue guidance and rulings. The guidance that is considered a formal legal ruling is called a fatwa.