Genuine Reasons Why Police Invaded Bobrisky’s Birthday Party (Video)

The Lagos State Police Command says it raged the scene of the birthday
party of famous cross-dresser, Bobrisky, because of delicate data it got.

The police representative, Bala Elkana, said this during a short meet with PUNCH on Saturday.

He stated, "I can affirm that we closed the spot based on credible data received. That is all I will say for the time being until the operation is over."

Efforts by our correspondent to know the details of the information were abortive, as the police spokesperson declined to give details.
The police had stormed the venue of Bobrisky’s birthday party which was said to have been attended by some celebrities as well as cross-dressers and homosexuals.
Bobrisky, whose real name is Idris Okuneye, hosted the party at ‘The Pearl Gardens’, Wole Olateju Crescent, Off Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.
Earlier in the week, the Director-General of the National Council for Arts and Culture, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, threatened to go after Bobrisky and others like him, describing the cross-dresser as a disgrace to the nation.
Genuine Reasons Why Police Invaded Bobrisky’s Birthday Party
The police had earlier in the year warned all homos*xuals to flee the country or be dealt with in accordance to the Anti-Same Se-x Marriage law which prescribes a 14-year jail term for all persons involved in a homosexual relationship.
Former Public Relations Officer of the Zone 2 Police Command, Mrs Dolapo Badmos, had said “If you are homosexually inclined, Nigeria is not a place for you. There is a law (Same-Sex Prohibition Act) here that criminalises homos*xual clubs, associations, and organisations with penalties of up to 15 years in jail.

“So, if you are a homosexual in nature, leave the country or face prosecution. But before you say, ‘does this matter?’ Kindly note that anything against the law of the land is criminal and all crimes will be punished accordingly no matter how small you think it is.

“The law says a person who registers, operates or participates in gay clubs, societies or organisations, directly or indirectly makes a public show of same-sex amorous relationship in Nigeria commits an offence and is liable on conviction to a term of 10 years. Anyone convicted of entering into a same-sex marriage contract or civil union faces up to 14 years imprisonment. All LGBT candidates in Nigeria should beware.”

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