Dolapo Badmus reacts to alleged advice to men on women who receive transport fare

Dolapo Badmus reacts to alleged advice to men on women who receive transport fare

- Zone 2 police public relations officer, Dolapo Badmus, has dissociated herself from a report that emerged online

- The report claimed that Badmus advised advised men to sue women who receive transport fare but fail to visit

- Badmus says she did not make such statement, adding that if truly she did she will stand by it

Dolapo Badmus, zone 2 police public relations officer, has denied saying that men could sue women who refuse to pay them a visit after receiving transport fare.

A report online alleged that the police spokesperson advised men to know their right by suing any woman that receives transport fare and refused to visit.

Legit.ng notes that the false report claimed that the lawsuit is backed by Act 29, section 132 of the criminal code and can attract a 5-year imprisonment.

Badmus, however, took to her Instagram page on Sunday, February 1, to debunk the report, saying she did not at any point make such statement.

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She said if she truly made the statement, she would stand by it and not deny it.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that popular police public relations officer, Dolapo Badmus, took to social media to address the issue of domestic violence.

The policewoman had expressed that parents need to teach their children how to protect the people around them.

The police officer also explained that studies have shown that the majority of people who become violent spouses had grown up with toxic parents or guardians.

Badmus expressed that these people see violence as a way of life. She further added that domestic violence is an issue that must be fought against.

She also advised people to stay away when they realise that a spouse is violent. Badmus added that parents should not tell their children to endure a violent marriage.

The police officer further stated that domestic violence is not peculiar to men, adding that women are also violent.

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Badmus, who shared her thoughts on Instagram, accompanied her post with a video of a little boy who talked about protecting his mother, siblings and also promised not to become violent with his future spouse.

She was joined by comedian Ali Baba, who also shared the video of the boy on his Instagram, asking people to do the same.

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