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Police PRO Advises Ladies: ‘It’s Injurious To Open Your Body And Soul To A Man Who Don’t Really Care About You’


Dolapo Badmos, a Superintendent of Police, is the Lagos and Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer who has proved to be one of the most influential women in Nigeria.

The police officer shared her thoughts following the drama between popular Nigerian musician Wizkid and his first baby mama, Ogudugu Oluwanishola.

The celebrity police woman took to her Instagram page to state that being a baby mama can make ones life miserable, especially when the lady cannot afford to feed herself.

She further said that having a child for a man doesn’t guarantee a lady a place in his heart.

See what she wrote below:

“Warning to young girls out there: STOP opening your body and soul to a man that don’t really care about you!

“It’s injurious….some of you even go EXTRA Mile to become a baby mama thinking pregnancy will give you a place in his home and heart? Hell NO!

“All you might achieve thereafter is to be tagged someone’s BABYMAMA! Is the title worth it? How can you debase yourself just to get an unconventional title of BABYMAMA When you can calm down and get your life moving forward! Yesterday, i had cause to sort out Baby mama and sweet boy issue! It was tough…

“The only thing that the young girl could do was to cry and cry with the words “My Life is miserable” Young girls please stop making your dear life miserable just because you want to be identified with a man when you can surpass him in all things if you work hard for yourself.

NOTE: Pregnancy don’t hold a man down, good values, moral and love do! Don’t be a BABYMAMA especially when you cannot feed yourself not to talk of an unborn child, it turns you to a nuisance.”

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