Delta State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, Bright Edafe has left his fans and social media users buzzing after sharing photo of himself and social media influencer, Daniel Regha on Twitter after recently meeting at an event.
Sharing photo of himself and Daniel Regha at an event recently, the Delta State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, Bright Edafe tweeted: "Two Delta pikins @DanielRegha. Thank you, @DanielRegha, for turning up for our own Tboi" alongside some photos of himself and the Social media influencer, Daniel Regha.
This tweet from Delta State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, Bright Edafe sharing photos of Daniel Regha has attracted reactions from his fans and social media users, as a fan has questioned, asking if his account was hacked.
Questioning Bright Edafe after sharing Photos of Daniel Regha on Twitter, a fan tweeted: "Them hack this one account, abi na sense wey e no get? Using an official channel to do ratio and cruise..."
To the tweet from the fan questioning him after posting Daniel Regha photo, Bright Edafe wrote: "Thank you, Mr sense"
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