Otunba Olusegun Runsewe, Director General of the National Council of Arts and Culture, urged Nigerians, Travellers and tourists visiting Nigeria not to share public toilets with Bobrisky to prevent health problems that can cause many infections.
He recently chatted with reporters from Abuja. He described Bobrisky as a threat to human health and claimed that socialists have a 70% chance of transferring unknown diseases to others who share the same facilities as him.
He noted that Bobrisky is a serious health hazard for Nigeria and Nigerians. Runsewe warned travellers and tourists to be careful wherever they notice his presence, mostly as it affects sharing of public facilities.
According to him: ”Women are more prone to getting various types of disease from the toilet than sexual intercourse. Now Bobrisky would enter the same toilet with a woman and at the end the woman would contract some kind of diseases.
When she gets home and sleeps with the husband and the husband discovers he has been infected, the next thing is to divorce that woman that shared same toilet with Bobrisky, without knowing the actual cause of how the wife got infected.”
Bobrisky’s case, would increase divorce rates between couples and add to the problems relating to Ebola’s spread began because of a lack of ignorance on the part of Africans. “Bobrisky is not a joke, but a dangerous risk,” He claimed