The Nigerian Police Force is having more beautiful female officers now that people are asking if their beauty will not get in the way of their job.
Award-winning Nigerian fashion stylist, Pearl Chidinma Ogbulu, has surprised many by joining the Nigerian Police Force.
The beautiful young lady who once said she wants to have a bum implant dumped the glam world of fashion and opted to join the police for the adventurous yet dangerous world of crime busting.
The excited new police officer took to her Instagram page to celebrate her graduation from the Police College, Lagos. She also revealed that she came out in flying colours 90%.
See her post below:
Meanwhile, in a chat with Vanguard, the beautiful young lady who says she is looking for a husband said:
“I have always loved the police. This is something I have been working at. I have always wished to serve my father land. I have been at the Police College for a few months now and I am now Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP). Although I am not going to stop my fashion thing, this is just something I have always wanted to do. I am going to be the s*xiest policewoman there is.”
She also spoke about her the much-publicised bum implant surgery she claimed she wanted to do. She explained that joining the police is not going to stop her from getting her heart desire.
“Yeah, I’m still going for the bu*t lift surgery. I even have an appointment in a matter of days. When I am done, you can see the real s*xy policewoman on the watch.”
NAIJ.com had reported that Dolapo Badmus, popular Lagos police officer, has been promoted to Chief Superintendent of Police. The happy officer announced the news on social media on Wednesday, March 7.
The police officer who is known for her constant presence on social media, educating people on security and making police awareness, shared the good news on her Instagram page. In her post, Badmus promised to service Nigeria well. She noted that a dream becomes reality through hard work and determination not magic. Badmus stated that she understands that there is no shortcut to success.