It was an interesting Friday morning around Maraba area of Abuja, the nation's capital as two officers of the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, were seen feeding themselves publicly.
This romantic act by the male and female FRSC officials caught the attention of passers-by as they stared in amazement. The two officers were spotted inside an official Federal Road Safety Commission’s vehicle stationed at the ever-busy Maraba pedestrian bridge.
From the video clip shared by DAILY TRUST, the yet-to-be-identified male officer was seated at the driver’s side while his female counterpart sat next to him. Also, the male official held on to the steering of the stationed van as his female partner helped in putting the food in his mouth.
According to DAILY TRUST, the two FRSC officials were enjoying a plate of ‘eba’ with soup when they were secretly captured. Their rare show of love attracted onlookers who couldn’t help but stare in astonishment.
It remains uncertain if the two FRSC officers are in a romantic relationship or their actions are simply a display of humanity.
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