Sowore Decries Double Standards in Nigerian Justice: Ministers Escape Prosecution Over Massive Fraud, While Bobrisky’s Private Organ Becomes a Mockery

Human rights activist Omoyele Sowore has condemned the prioritization of the EFCC’s efforts on trivial matters like Bobrisky’s private organ, rather than focusing on prosecuting corrupt politicians who have robbed the country of billions of naira and hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The Nigerian Correctional Service officials had on Monday morning, announced that the male reproductive organ of crossdresser Idris Okuneye, popularly known as Bobrisky, is in tact while he remains in custody at Ikoyi Correctional Centre.

Omoyele Sowore, in response to the Nigerian Correctional Service’s revealing and controversial remarks about Bobrisky’s anatomy, denounced their actions as wasteful and reprehensible. Sowore expressed disappointment at the correctional service’s focus on Bobrisky’s private parts, rather than the larger issues at hand, such as corruption and injustice that plague Nigeria. The activist emphasized the need for the authorities to redirect their attention to more pressing matters of public interest, instead of engaging in such distasteful behavior.

Sowore wrote, “It is a terrible country. @officialEFCC recovered N32billion and another $445,000 between Betty Edu and Umar-Farouq of the Humanitarian ministry. None of them has been prosecuted by now for these humongous frauds, but @BobriskyIdris has spent 6 months in jail for “spraying Naira” and now it is correctional facility @correctionsng officials where he’s detained entertaining the public daily with the description of his male organ! Despicable, useless, dishonest and disreputable people. #RevolutionNow.”

On April 12th, Bobrisky was sentenced to six months in prison without the possibility of a fine. The decision was handed down after Bobrisky was arrested by the EFCC for defacing and mutilating Nigerian currency notes.


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