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See What Bobrisky Said About New Bill Criminalizing Him, Other Cross-Dressers In Nigeria

Idris Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, a Nigerian crossdresser, has spoken out against a measure that seeks to outlaw crossdressing in the country.

According to Anaedoonline.ng, Umar Muda, a member of the House of Representatives, introduced a measure before the parliament on Tuesday, April 4, 2022, aimed at preventing people like Bobrisky and his copycat, James Brown, from cross-dressing.

On Tuesday, the measure was supposed to pass its first reading on the House floor.

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Cross-dressers now face a six-month jail sentence if the new law is enacted.

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The bill was introduced in response to Bobrisky, a prominent Instagram performer.

Bobrisky was born a man with the name Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju, but he has decided to dress as a woman.

He is popularly known for his presence on the social media apps Snapchat and Instagram.

Reacting to the bill, the cross dresser via the micro- blogging platform, Twitter listed all the things wrong with Nigeria.

According to the male barbie, the Lawmakers should be quick in their decisions since cross-dressing amongst other things is the only major issue of concern the government needs to tackle at this time.

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”The good thing about this bill is that: 1) it will finally solve Nigeria’s insecurity challenges 2) improve power supply 3) end ASUU strike 4) repair the negative impression foreigners have about Nigeria 5) cause the reduction of prices of items in the market be fast, please.”

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