Josephine Adeh

Sharing on Twitter (X), the police spokesperson emphasized that she doesn’t want to hear any complaints from married couples online, informing them to keep their marriage away from social media.

In her tweet, she wrote;

“All this married couples show off love on social media. I don’t want to hear complaints oooo. Keep your happy home off social media . Use the social media platform to promote your businesses”

She enlightened couples to keep their homes off social media and instead focus on using their social media platforms to promote their business.

Married couples should quit posting their love on social media.

Her tweet has generated mixed reactions on social media. Some applauded the officer because of the amount of marital issues and complaints that are lodged at the police station across the country. Others criticize her concern about marital issues and opined she focuses on her security task as a police officer.

See reactions below;

 @oligbinoble Is relationship part of the Police Profession now? Nigerian police always Majoring on minor & Minoring on major

@kmopelola It doesn’t just make sense to expose what u value . Keep your spouse and kids off social media!

@andrew.christabel Madam police focus on your Work to Guide and Protect properties😏and Leave Married couples that want to show their marriage on or off social media 🤷🏼‍♀️that’s Not what your paid for abeg🤣