Bobrisky And His Movie Under Investigation By FG board Panels And May Ban It

The National Film and Video Censors Board has set up three panels to analyse a new movie starring popular Nigerian crossdresser, Bobrisky.

The movie titled, “Bobrisky in Love” features Idris Okunneye, popularly known as Bobrisky.

‘Bob Risky in Love’ was produced by Nollywood Namaste Production company while Ken Steve Anuka was the director.

Bobrisky is featured in the movie as a transgender woman named Cherechi who travelled out of the country as a man only to return to the village as a woman to the chagrin of his fiancee and relatives.

The soundtrack of the movie, also urges members of the public to accept Cherechi aka Cherry B as a transgender.

It is also suspected that the cross dresser is now a transgender as he recently revealed that he cut off his manhood a long time ago.

You would recall that On 13 January 2014, The president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan signed into law the Same-Sex Marriage Prohibition Act, which parliament passed in May 2013. The law follows a similar one passed in Uganda in December 2013, which imposes life imprisonment for some types of homosexual acts.

A top official of the NFVCB told The Punch that three separate panels have been set up at the zonal levels to analyse and classify the movie and it could be banned seeing as Nigeria has laws that prohibit homosexuality, therefore work of arts that promote it cannot be endorsed by the government.

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He said, according to the publication: “We have set up three different panels to view the movie which was given to us by the producers for classification and review.

“For the purpose of fairness and objectivity, we will not give specific details since evaluation is still ongoing but note that any movie that promotes homosexuality in contravention of our laws cannot be endorsed.

“Latest by next week we will deliver a verdict on the movie. If the movie is banned, it would be communicated to the producers and our enforcement team would mop up all copies of the film on the market and defaulters would be apprehended and fined appropriately.”

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