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Netizens hail lady for her creativity as she recreates Bobrisky’s infamous EFCC mugshot (Photos)

Lady recreates Bobrisky's mugshot

A social media user identified as Awele Irene Itegbe is currently trending on the micro-blogging platform for recreating crossdresser Bobrisky’s mugshot.

It is no longer news that the crossdresser was arrested by EFCC and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment. The commission released his mugshot during his trial, which made rounds online.

Itegbe Irene had chosen to recreate the infamous mugshot for her Final Year costume day. Sharing photos of her wearing similar attire to the one Bobrisky wore for his mugshot, Awele stated that she was arrested for alleged BBL, unlike Bob, who was arrested for Naira abuse.

Bobrisky mugshot
Lady recreates Bobrisky's mugshot

Calling for Bobrisky’s freedom, Irene told the commission she was joking as she stated that she wasn’t ready for people to demand justice for her.

“EFCC because, quite frankly, I’m not ready to do FreeAwele.

Free Bobrisky”.

See some comments below,

One Chemical Brother wrote, “You ate

One Imade wrote, “Served

One Emmy wrote, “You nailed it

One Body’ of God wrote, “10/10

One Tolulope wrote, “Lmao, this is creative

One Hafsah wrote, ‘You ate

One Random wrote, “Love that you applied sense. No energy for wahala

One Quinn wrote, “Ate tf outta this

One Fantastic Jhumie wrote, “I like the way you changed the name

One Georgina wrote, “You nailed it

One XX1_Sean wrote, “Mummy of Isale Eko… 8

One King Alex FX wrote, “Nailed it

One Olumide Kolawole wrote, “Lol, nice one”.

Recall that in April, Bobrisky was arrested by EFCC for abuse of Naira. He was arraigned before a Lagos court, where he pleaded guilty and pleaded with the judge to give him another chance with a promise to use his social media platforms to educate his followers against Naira abuse. Unfortunately, the judge didn’t excuse his behaviour, and he was sentenced to 6 months in jail at Ikoyi Correctional Center.

It was reported that Bobrisky was quietly moved to Kirikiri prison after his sentencing due to Kirikiri’s larger capacity than Ikoyi and for security purposes.

Refuting the claims, an NCoS official said that he was still held in the Ikoyi prison, as he didn’t commit a capital offence to warrant his transfer to a maximum prison where inmates serving life and death sentences were mostly kept.

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