Ossai Success, the aide to Ifeanyi Okowa, the governor of Delta, has called on the federal government to investigate the lifestyle of Bobrisky, the controversial crossdresser.


Bobrisky, born Idris Okuneye, has been in the news several times for his unconventional lifestyle.

He once admitted to having severed his genitals.

The Snapchat celebrity had in 2020 revealed that he opted for crossdressing in order to make ends meet after 25 years of being a man.


In September 2021, Bobrisky also talked about some of the perks he enjoys being a “woman”.

Commenting on Bobrisky’s lifestyle in an Instagram post on Thursday, Success said the self-acclaimed transgender is a “bad influence on society.”

He also said Bobrisky’s actions are against the tradition and laws of the country, hence he should be apprehended.


“Bobrisky is a bad influence on our youths. The case of Bobrisky should be looked into by the Nigerian government because he is affecting our generation negatively,” Success wrote.

“He is a bad influence on our youths. Today, some of our youths want to emulate him because they are seeing the kind of lifestyle he is displaying. It seems we have lost our core values as a people.

“What he is doing is against our tradition, country’s laws, Christianity and Muslim.

“We want a reduction in crime yet some persons who are acting against the law are walking freely and influencing others negatively.


“The kind of lifestyle Bobrisky is living needs urgent attention from our government.”


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Okowa’s aide won’t be the first political figure to criticise Bobrisky.

In 2019, Olusegun Runsewe, the director general of the National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC), described the crossdresser as a “national disaster” that poses a serious hazard to the youth.


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