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‘Bobrisky should have called my bosses when I shutdown his birthday party’ – NCAC’s DG

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The director general of the National Council of Arts and Culture, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, confirmed that he had given the order to the police to close Bobrisky’s birthday last weekend.

In an interview with The NTA Platform focusing on the challenge of culture and national development, the NCAC chief scoffed at Bobrisky when asked why he didn’t call his bosses (Runsewe) with whom (Bobrisky) said that Si presents to intervene when his birthday was out.

He then described Bobrisky as a national disaster and a pity for the country. He added that Bobrisky’s claim to deal with his bosses is enough to destroy Nigeria’s credibility.

He said; “Bobrisky is a national disaster, it’s a shame for this country. He said it has to do with my bosses, but it’s for yesterday. Today, if it has to do with my bosses, when they closed their party on Saturday, why didn’t you call my bosses?

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We blocked everything and all the food and everything was wasted. He thought he was dealing with Nigerians yesterday, a change has arrived. There must be a new vision for this great country. We will release a declaration soon, if we find someone embarrassing in this country, there is law and order in this country.

He just dropped the names, he doesn’t know anyone. That statement he made is enough to destroy the credibility of our country.

However, shortly after Runsewe’s revelation of Bobrisky’s birthday party closing became viral, the transvestite shared a video of his police escort and also attached the subtitle “I want to laugh.”

Here is the video below;

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