In Nigeria, due to the quite stressful nature of the Police job, a lot of citizens wouldn't expect an active officer to look like a top internet super model. However, that's not in the case of Officer Bruno Chigozie Opara, a Nigerian police officer of Igbo descent, whose photos first went viral in 2018, making him become an instant internet sensation. His recent photos also serve as a confirming of him still being that "full package" from 2018.
In the opinion of some Nigerians, Officer Bruno is definitely not like the regular Nigerian police officers usually seen in the Streets. His radiant light skin and well structured face which exudes a strong masculine beauty has endeared him to the hearts of many citizens (especially women). He is definitely a best fit for a model who could feature on a Police TV commercial or a romantic movie involving a "prince charming" police officer.
Officer Bruno seems quite aware of his elegance and attractive features, as he isn't shying away from flauting what "God has given him" on social media. From pictures of him hitting the gym, to pictures of him in stylish outfits and Police uniform, Officer Bruno might probably just easily break the modelling market if he eventually decides to walk that path.
Officer Bruno who runs a Facebook page by his real name "Bruno Chigozie Opara" has once again sent a lot of ladies and admirers to a drooling and gushing phase, as he has recently uploaded yet another stylish picture of himself in a radiant blue outfit. Below, you'll also find some hilarious reactions to his recent post.
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