Reno Omokri exposes FG’s alleged secret plans for jailing Bobrisky

Reno Omokri, a Nigerian socio-political pundit, has generated controversy with his recent comments regarding the government’s concealed intentions for jailing popular crossdresser Bobrisky.

The former presidential aide resorted to social media to claim that Bobrisky’s imprisonment was part of the government’s attempt to clamp down on Nigeria’s developing cross-dressing culture.

Reno Omokri said on his social media page that the Nigerian government organised Bobrisky’s imprisonment under the cover of Naira abuse allegations.

He proposed that the government carefully used this excuse to crack down on the rising practice of cross-dressing while avoiding open confrontation, which may result in a backlash from Western powers.

In his words;

“What happened with Bobrisky just shows you the savviness of Nigeria compared to other nations and the intellectual response to governing on display by the current administration.

“The Nigerian government obviously wanted to clamp down on the trending cross-dressing culture in Nigeria. But the government was also aware of the fact that any direct move in that regard would earn it the whip of the Western powers.

“The Tinubu administration was in a dilemma. How to deal with Bobrisky for being a cross-dresser but not to make it about his being a cross-dresser. And this is where you have to respect the subtlety of the Tinubu administration. They found a creative genius way.

“Bobrisky violated a law against the abuse of the Naira. That is why a first-time offender committed an offence that even government officials engaged in during Buhari’s son’s wedding, and, despite pleading guilty, was sentenced to six months in prison.

“In fact, there is more video evidence of Naira abuse via spraying at the wedding of no less a person than Abdul Aziz Malami, the son of Abubakar Malami, SAN, Nigeria’s Former Attorney-General and Minister of Justice. And the scapegoating of Bobrisky has worked. Since his arrest, have you seen any of his ‘colleagues’ prancing about?

“We used to see them almost daily on blogs and social media. The traditional media, too, could not have enough of them. They got the memo. They have run for cover since the Chairwoman answered to the gender of male in court when asked to state ‘her’ gender.”

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