Bobrisky: What Neighbouring Cameroon is Doing with Their Own Cross-Dressers
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Critics and ‘haters’ calling for the arrest and prosecution of a popular Nigerian cross-gender dresser Okunneye Idris Olanrewaju aka Bobrisky may have been vindicated as Cameroon jailed its own notorious cross dresser recently.
A source close to Nigeria’s culture Chief, Otunba Segun Runsewe said “What happened in Cameroon has vindicated Runsewe’s stand against culture deviants.”
Cameroon, one of Africa’s francophone countries, set a bold judicial precedence last Tuesday in Douala, sending out of circulation one of its unrepentant and notorious cross-dresser known as shakiro to jail for promoting homosexuality.
A Cameroonian court sitting in the district of Ndokotti, Douala, found shakiro and two others guilty of practising homosexuality stating that the promoters of deviant cultures must be kept away from the society and so be locked away.
“Just like in Nigeria where notorious homosexuals and cross dressers have been arrested and released, the jail sentence passed on Cameroonian homosexual promoter, vindicates the relentless campaign of the Director General National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), Otunba Segun Runsewe to rid Nigeria of the presence of homosexuals like Bobrisky,” the source said.
According to him, National Council of Women Society and a frontline Kenya Non-governmental organization, Kenya Women Arise in the forefront of the campaign against homosexuality and other strange behavioral attitudes inimical to the growth of African indigenous Culture, had last year pushed for more stiffer punishment to steam the rise and boldness of these deviant characters in our society.
“Cameroon has set the judicial pace and we must enjoin other African countries to emulate the boldness of the Cameroon judiciary and help Africa to remain culturally different from other countries of the world.” The Kenyan group stated.
In Nigeria, the relentless and orchestrated campaign by Runsewe who is also the President, Africa Region World Craft Council (WCC) against Nigerian homosexuals and cross dressers are well documented, with Nigerian police on the heels of the growing community of homosexuals and cultural deviants. But none has been jailed just as was done in Cameroon.
Though the Nigerian women groups, the royal fathers and clerics supported the NCAC boss in his campaign to return Nigeria to the part of sanity in enthroning the best of Nigerian culture and heritage, the issue has not enjoyed the judicial backing.
“We call upon the Nigerian highly revered judiciary to take note of the effrontery and boldness of the homosexuals in Nigeria and slam jail terms that will help rid Nigerian society of the deviants so as to protect the young minds from the notorious influence. Nigeria is Africa’s biggest black nation and if things go wrong here, Africa will suffer,” the Kenyan anti-homosexuals campaign group also stated.