Nigerians React As Policewoman Assists Osun First Lady Wear Earrings: “Training To Be Househelp”

Nigerians React As Policewoman Assists Osun First Lady Wear Earrings: “Training To Be Househelp”

  • Nigerians have reacted differently to the video showing a female police officer assisting Titilayo Adeleke, the Osun State First Lady, in putting on her earrings
  • The viral video has triggered discussions on the role and professionalism of public servants, particularly police personnel
  • While some argued that officers should focus solely on their official duties, others defended the act journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.

Osun state, Osogbo - A female police officer helping the wife of the Osun state governor, Titilayo Adeleke, to wear her earrings has got many dropping comments online.

Police, Osun State First Lady, Titilayo Adeleke
Governor Adeleke's wife, Titilayo, has stirred debate on social media. Photo credit: @TitilolaAdeleke, @MsNemah
Source: Twitter

The viral video has sparked a debate about the activities of Nigerian security personnel.

The video shared by an X user, @MsNemah, got many wondering how Nigeria has been a promoter of slavery. A few defended the act, while others insisted that public servants should maintain high professionalism and focus on their primary duties rather than engaging in such menial tasks.

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Reactions as video captures female police officer assisting Osun First Lady

Nigerians, as usual, expressed their different opinions on the matter. captured some of their reactions in the comment section of the X user.

@SimonOthuks tweeted:

"Nothing dey wrong with this joô! Would she have said no if the First Lady appealed to her to assist? If she disobeys, na another problem be that!

@seunosewa tweeted:

"The policewoman looks so sad."


"They might be friends."

@Pentastic33 tweeted:

"Not surprised. We mostly promote the master/slave dynamics in most areas of our activities in this country. Corporate jobs, academic environments, security agencies, etc."

@rotilaw tweeted:

"That is why there is no talk of Police reform."

@OAKay_1 tweeted:

"Pocket change and unnecessary expectations is why a police officer is carrying bags, doing menial tasks etc for their VIPs.

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"Professionalism would lose you a few Naira but you’d be respected for sticking to your original assigned tasks. Imagine training worldwide to be househelp."

Watch the video below:

Governor Adeleke announces special wages for workers

In another similar report, Davido's uncle and governor of Osun state, Ademola Adeleke, announced palliatives to cushion the effect of removing fuel subsidies for Osun workers and pensioners.

In a circular on Tuesday, November 28, 2023, the governor announced that workers will start getting N15,000 monthly allowance while pensioners will get N10,000.

Governor Adeleke stated that the new wages will commence in December, and the workers and pensioners will get them for six months.

Reactions as Adeleke hosts 3 of Tinubu's appointees earlier reported that Governor Ademola Adeleke of Osun state has started receiving mixed reactions over his tweet after hosting three appointees of President Bola Tinubu.

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Adeleke on Thursday announced that he hosted Air Marshal Amoo (Rtd), Chief of the Nigerian Air Force; Lt. Gen. Taoreed Lagbaja, Chief of Army Staff; and Bashir Adewale Adeniyi, Custom Boss on Wednesday.

But some Nigerians took to the comment section of the governor's post to express their feelings about his administration.


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