The truth behind Bobrisky’s incarceration – Reno Omokri

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Reno Omokri, a social critic, has asserted that the infamous transvestite Idris Okuneye’s (aka Bobrisky) prison term was about more than just the Naira abuse for which he was found guilty.

Bobrisky was given a six-month prison term without the possibility of a fine for naira mutilation, according to NICKNAMES reporting on Friday from the Federal High Court in Lagos, presided over by Justice Abimbola Awogboro.

Omokri responded by claiming the Nigerian government had framed the crossdresser’s punishment on allegations of Naira abuse.

The Nigerian government, he claims, was “aware of the fact that any direct move in that regard would earn it the whip of the Western powers” while simultaneously wanting to put a stop to the country’s popular cross-dressing.

On Monday, he posted to his X handle, writing, “What happened with Bobrisky just shows you the saviness of Nigeria compared to other nations and the intellectual response to governing on display by the current administration “.

Putting a stop to the popular practice of cross-dressing in Nigeria was clearly a priority for the country’s authorities. However, the administration was also cognizant of the reality that taking any decisive action in that direction would result in it being reprimanded by the Western powers.

“A conundrum faced the Tinubu administration. Methods for handling Bobrisky’s transgressions without drawing attention to his transgender status. The nuanced approach of the Tinubu government must be respected in this regard. Their solution was just brilliant.

“Bobrisky broke the law by abusing the Naira. That is why a first-time offender was sentenced to six months in prison despite pleading guilty for an offense that even government officials committed during Buhari’s son’s wedding.

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Abdul Aziz Malami is the son of Abubakar Malami, SAN, who was Nigeria’s former attorney general and minister of justice. There is additional video evidence of Naira abuse at his wedding.It was effective to pin the blame on Bobrisky. Have any of his so-called “colleagues” been spotted parading about since he was arrested?

Once upon a time, they appeared on social media and blogs practically every day. They were also in high demand by the more conventional news outlets. The message reached them. Since the Chairwoman responded to a male gender in court when asked to state “her” gender, they have sought refuge.

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