Don’t Report A Missing Lover’s Case Until 24-48 Hours After Valentine – Police

Celebrity police officer, Dolapo Badmus has jokingly declared that lovers should not declare cases of missing lovers until 24-48 hours after the valentine celebration.

Badmus, who is the public relations officer for zone 2 police command, says Nigerian lovebirds shouldn’t be too anxious when their partners go missing in action during the Valentine celebration.

Naijaparry reports Valentine’s day is celebrated annually on February 14 as a day for lovers and is recognized as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance and love in many parts of the world.

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The police zonal spokesperson who took to her Twitter page on Thursday, said on Valentine’s day, “phones may be unreachable, WhatsApp messages may not be answered! All efforts may seem proved abortive in reaching your partner!”

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“Tomorrow 14th, phones may be unreachable, WhatsApp messages may not be answered! All efforts may seem proved abortive in reaching your partner! Dear people, there might be no course for alarm! kindly wait for 24 to 48hours before reporting case of a missing person. Happy val y’all,” she wrote.

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