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BREAKING NEWS: Delta PPRO react to report of how a policeman loses AK-47 with 60 bullets while watching AFCON final

Delta State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, Bright Edafe has left Nigerians and social media users buzzing after reacting to a report by Sahara Reporter revealing how a Nigerian Police Officer loses his AK-47 rifle with 60 bullets while watching the 2023 African Cup of Nations final between Cote d’Ivoire and Nigeria on Sunday night.

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Revealing how the Nigerian Police Officer loses his AK-47 rifle with 60 bullets while watching the 2023 African Cup of Nations final in Delta State, Sahara Reporter tweeted: “Nigeria Policeman loses AK-47 with 69 rounds of ammunition while watching Super Eagles against Cote d’Ivoire match in Delta.”

This tweet from Sahara Reporter has attracted reactions from Nigerians, one of which was from Delta State Police Command Public Relations Officer PRO, Bright Edafe, who claimed the report was false as the rifle was not missing.

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Bright Edafe tweeted: “This is absolutely false as the rifle was not missing which I clearly debunked.”

This reaction from Bright Edafe has attracted reactions from Nigerians and social media users, as some have questioned why a Policeman would have an AK-47 rifle with loaded ammunition in a football viewing center, while some have asked him for the update.

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Here are some screenshots of reactions from Nigerians and social media users:

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