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If Bobrisky is not arrested, I’ll become crossdresser, use female restroom — Verydarkman

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Controversial social media critic VeryDarkMan has vowed to become a crossdresser if popular crossdresser Bobrisky is not arrested.

Recall that VeryDarkMan had previously called for Bobrisky’s arrest for cross-dressing, claiming that he was being protected by some powerful politicians who are his gay partners.

ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Force Police Public Officer, clarified in a recent interview that the police are unable to arrest crossdressers since cross-dressing itself is not deemed illegal in Nigeria.

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He elaborated that the police cannot act on accusations of some cross-dressers being homosexual, which is a criminal offense, as there is insufficient evidence to prosecute them.

Reacting in a video message shared via his Instagram page, VeryDarkMan vowed to become a crossdresser and use the female restroom if popular crossdressers like Bobrisky are not arrested.

He said, “When I came out of detention, I read somewhere that it was Tonto Dikeh who detained me. She can never detain me, I don’t care about her connection. The truth is that I was detained for the video I made calling for Bobrisky’s arrest and my claims that he was being protected by gay lawmakers. My detention is just a little sacrifice. They will still arrest me for my subsequent videos.

“Since the police say crossdressing is legal, I wll soon start crossdressing. I will give them one week after I drop my petition against Bobrisky. If Bobrisky is not arrested, I will become a crossdresser and use the female restroom.”

Meanwhile, the Nigeria Police Force has said it cannot arrest crossdressers, including Okuneye Idris Olanrewaju, popularly known as Bobrisky.

There have been calls for Bobrisky’s arrest, especially after he was controversially awarded Best Dressed Female at a Nollywood event.

Socialites such as Portable and VeryDarkMan had called on the police to pick him up because of his moral stance which is at variance with the Constitution.

Speaking with Channels TV on Tuesday, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, Force Public Relations Officer, said crossdressers cannot be arrested because it is dicey situation.

He said cross-dressing is not yet a punishable offence in Nigeria.

He also stated that even if there might be allegations of people who cross-dress also being a part of the LGBTQ community, there is no specific evidence to back that up, hence they cannot take them to court.

“There are some cases that are always very difficult to prove. I’m not ruling out that we have many of them. Let us be reasonable, you can’t have someone you want to prosecute without having credible evidences against them. I have not read anywhere where crossdressing is an offence in Nigeria.

“Some of them that are into crossdressing, the allegation is that they are into something else. That’s where the problem lies. We need to have enough proof, credible evidence to prove that they are actually into that. All those offences are natural offences in Nigeria and they are punishable under our laws.”

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