“Why We Cannot Arrest Crossdressers In Nigeria” – Police Force PRO (Video)

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Muyiwa Adejobi, the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Nigerian Police Force, has addressed concerns over transgender people in Nigeria.

Notable figures in this discourse include Bobrisky, James Brown, and Jay Boogie.

Adejobi provided insight into the complexity of crossdresser prosecution, highlighting that some cases pose major evidentiary issues.

He used rape as an example, pointing out that the judicial system requires numerous aspects to be proven.

Failure to offer adequate evidence on any front may result in the dismissal of a case in court.

Contrary to popular assumption, the PRO stated that cross-dressing is not prohibited in Nigeria, at least to his knowledge.

He underlined that, while there may be complaints against crossdressers, these accusations are frequently based on ‘natural offenses’.

To win a conviction, the prosecution must offer compelling evidence to back up these assertions.

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Read some comments below:

ThaGuru_ said: “Policemen will arrest young guys for wearing dreadlocks but can’t arrest cross dressers. Nigeria!!!!”

Abazz asked: “So he is trying to say everybody can be cross dressers and nothing will happen?”

Sim noted: “They’re not guilty until caught in the act. Unfortunately they travel outside Nigeria to do it and come back.”

YoungsonMatt queried: “Which evidence dem need again?. Those nonsense way dem Dey talk for live videos and podcasts, no reach for questioning.”

@Lion_Heart_OT said; “Baba was very careful in crafting his response codedly so that Nigerians will not come for him or the powerful people 😂😆. 
All the videos Bob shared online with shis boyfriend, if not enough to arrest shim, it’s enough to invite shim for questioning. But here we are.”

In other news, Nigerian cross-dresser Idris Okuneye, also known as Bobrisky, has revealed more about his switch to transgender.

The controversial Internet celebrity revealed that he began crossdressing as a marketing technique while selling unisex clothing as an undergraduate at the University of Lagos.

In an honest interview with maverick musician Charly Boy, Bobrisky said that he had no idea that cross-dressing would lead to him being transgender.

He said:

“About nine years ago, I was at the University of Lagos studying Accounting. I also had a side hustle, I was selling unisex clothes. Most times I try the female wears on myself and I love the outfits.

“From there, I moved to female hairstyles to makeup and more women were patronising my business. So I decided to keep crossdressing since it was lucrative.

“I wasn’t thinking I was going to do it for a very long time. Initially, it was just a marketing strategy but people were complimenting me that I look better as a woman than a man. That’s how I ended up being Bobrisky.”

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