Nigerian Police Spokesperson: Cross-Dressing Not an Offence in Nigeria

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The Nigerian police spokesperson, Muyiwa Adejobi, has stated that cross-dressing is not considered an offence in Nigeria. This comes after the introduction of a bill prohibiting cross-dressing by the House of Representatives.

The Force spokesperson, Muyiwa Adejobi, has stated the Nigeria n police’s stance on specific moral issues and cross-dressing in the country. Mr Adejobi, in an interview on Channels TV’s Politics Today Tuesday, suggested that crossdressing is not an offence in Nigeria .

In April 2022, The House of Representatives introduced a bill prohibiting cross-dressing with an amendment to the Same-Sex (Prohibition) Act

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