Olusegun Runsewe,the Director General, National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), on Saturday hammered Nigerian cross-dresser, Idris ‘Bobrisky’ Okuneye, saying his effect on society is more regrettable than Ebola’s.
Runsewe said Bobrisky presents ”genuine risks” to Nigerian adolescents. As per Runsewe, if Bobrisky’s exercises were not instantly diminished, the resultant impact would be more awful than Ebola flare-up. He said Nigerian young people had the right to be shielded from copying the crossdresser.
Runsewe asked Nigerian adolescents to quit emulating Bobrisky, by staying ”capable and great represetatives of the country.”
“Bobrisky is a national calamity, a humiliation to the nation, taking part in social defilement as a cross-dresser and we need to begin to shorten his exercises before it escapes hand. We won’t permit Bobrisky to pulverize the eventual fate of our young people and the unborn Nigerians,” he said.
Runsewe said that when the cross-dresser’s birthday was stopped in Lekki, Lagos by the police as of late, it was uncovered that he had been preparing some Nigerian young people to toe a similar line with him. He said promptly the cross dresser’s gathering was ended a decent number of the young men he was preparing left him. “So that was an accomplishment”, he said.
As indicated by him, Bobrisky’s exercises nullify the way of life and custom of the country and he could be pardoned to go to different climes where such culture of being a cross-sexual orientation would be endured. Runsewe encouraged guardians to manage their wards not to imitate Bobrisky yet take after ‘mindful’ big names in the general public