Yesterday, was the Armed Forces Regimental Dinner, which was held in honour of the Nigeria's outgoing President, Muhammadu Buhari, as the Nigeria Police Force's Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Prince Adejobi, shared some pictures from the event on his official Twitter handle.
He said, "Armed Forces Regimental Dinner, in honour of Mr. President Muhammad Buhari, on Tuesday 23rd May 2023 at the Armed Forces Officers' Mess, Asokoro, Abuja."
However, one of his followers, who reacted to the tweet said that, the white uniform the police officers wore to the Dinner, looked good on them than the black uniform they do put on.
The user said, "Don’t you think this uniform look good more than the black black you people used to put on . I don’t like that your blue and black too."
However, while CSP Olumuyiwa was clarifying, he said that the white dress is meant for dinner and messing alone and not for official duties.
He said, "Lol. Bros, this is d mess wear, for dinners and messing, not for work. It's basically for grooving."
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