BBNaija's Khafi Kareem offers to help Buhari make Nigerian police better


Former Big Brother Naija contestant, Khafi Kareem, has offered to help president Muhammadu Buhari reform the deep-rooted issues of unprofessionalism, affecting the Nigerian police force.

The former reality star made the offer to the president, after the head of state announced his his official Twitter account, that he'd met with the Inspector General of police in Nigeria, and they discussed ways to reform the agent of government.

Buhari's tweet read, "I met again with the IGP tonight. Our determination to reform the police should never be in doubt. I am being briefed regularly on the reform efforts ongoing to end police brutality and unethical conduct, and ensure that the Police are fully accountable to the people."

But Khafi, who like many Nigerians didn't seem impressed with the statement from the president, replied him saying, "Dear Mr President, if this is so I would like to offer my 10 years+ experience of policing abroad and share ideas I have w/ @policeng
on how we can make #EndSARS a reality. Until then I will continue to join my fellow Nigerians in peaceful protest, until we see change."

Khafi has been commended for her offer, although it's unlikely the government would want to listen to her.

The new wife to fellow former reality, Gedoni, spent years as a cop in the UK, before quitting to return to Nigeria.

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