‘Men Used To Miss Their Steps Looking At Me During Parade’ – Dolapo Badmos

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Zone 2 Police PRO, Dolapo Badmos, Dolapo
Badmos, who sat for an interview with The
Nation, recounted memories of her days in the
Police College.
According to Dolapo Badmos who studied
accounting in school, before enrolling for
the Police Training Course, her mates then
always talked about her eye balls, and when she
got home, she will report to her mom who will
remind her that they are the best things in the
‘I remember while growing up, my mom used
to tell me that I am beautiful, that I have big
eye balls. My mates then used to talk about
my big eye balls and when I got home, I used
to report them to my mom. Instead my mom
used to look at me alarmed that I had the best
thing in the whole world. My mom made me to
grow up knowing that I am a beautiful woman.
This is a joke, but during those early days
while I was at the Police Academy and during
our parades, the men among us used to miss
their steps because they were usually looking
at me (she laughs at the memory)” she said.
Dolapo Badmus who almost dropped out of her
training course, further said;
‘When the instructor said move to the right,
some of them would move to the left. I don’t
want to mention their names because they are
likely to read this. But I still make jest of them
from time to time when we are all together.
When men tell you that you are beautiful, how
do you react, first as a police officer and then
as a lady? Some people just say it as a
compliment and nothing attached. When I see
such people, I figure it out because I can
sense sincerity when I see it.[tooltip id=”4500c2f113202943ff1ae30d00c9d4ac”] [/tooltip]‘Oh thank you’,
is always my answer. But when I sense that
there is more to the simple compliment, I
easily ward off the person. I don’t fight anyone
for having interest in me. I manage the
situation. Some of them I immediately start
calling them my uncle which tells them exactly
what they are to me. When I am not in a
police uniform and someone is overdoing a
compliment, sometimes I just scare them by
asking,[tooltip id=”4500c2f113202943ff1ae30d00c9d4ac”] [/tooltip]‘Can you handle a police officer?’’ And
the next question they usually ask me is,[tooltip id=”4500c2f113202943ff1ae30d00c9d4ac”] [/tooltip]‘Are
you a police officer for real?’ And then I will
reply,[tooltip id=”4500c2f113202943ff1ae30d00c9d4ac”] [/tooltip]‘Yes, I am.’ And then the change of
discussion. But some will tell you they don’t

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