Check Out the Top 10 Most Beautiful Nigerian Police Officers (Photos)

Check Out the Top 10 Most Beautiful Nigerian Police Officers (Photos)

Instead of being conned by some men, imagine being stopped by a stunningly attractive female police officer who asks you to get out of your car and show her your car documents. Men have consistently outnumbered women in the police force in the past. However, today’s women are so strong and knowledgeable that they can compete with men. We have been inspired by the bravery, grace, and courage of numerous female police officers in recent years.

As a result, we are honoring these ladies today by highlighting some of the stunning female police officers who could have become supermodels but instead chose to serve Nigeria.

Conchita Ngozi Braide

Ngozi Conchita Braide is a graduate of Lagos State University. She is from Imo state. Ngozi joined the Nigerian Police Service as a cadet inspector in 1996. In 2006, she joined the United Nations Peacekeeping Operation and was appointed chief of the financial unit.
Ngozi worked for the International Criminal Police Organization from 1999 to 2003. (INTERPOL). She has worked for the Special Fraud Unit and the Force Intelligence Bureau (FIB). In 2012, she was named director of public operations for the Lagos State Police Command. Ngozi, who is now a deputy superintendent, is always proud of her work.


Sule, Aisha Umar



I believe that female police officers can significantly improve Nigeria. They are intelligent in addition to having a stunning appearance. You don’t believe me? Consider Aisha Umar Sule. She has stolen my heart. Aisha is proud to serve her country and is proud to be a police officer.

Alofe-Kolawole, Olabisi

Olabisi Alofe-Kolawole was the first female police officer to serve as the nation’s police spokeswoman. Olabisi Kolawole, a Nigeria Police Academy graduate, received her Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) from Ogun State University in 2000. After graduating, she received a (BL) degree from the Nigeria Law School and was admitted to the Nigerian Bar in 2002.
She earned a master’s degree in police leadership and management from the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom (PLM)

Nkeruka Nwode, Princess

Assistant Superintendent of Police is the first female Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the Anambra State Police Command in South-East Nigeria.


She is from Ebonyi State’s Ezza North Local Government and holds a bachelor of science (B.SC. Hons) degree in sociology and anthropology from Ebonyi State University.

Ibekwe Abdallah’s peace

Peace Ibekwe Abdallah, a native of Onitsha in Anambra state, is Ebonyi state’s 17th commissioner of police (CP) and the second woman.

Her 29-year police career has been challenging and eventful. However, she steadily ascended the police officer’s ladder through hard work and determination.

Adeobi Nwosu

Adeobi, who appears to be of Igbo ancestry, is not only beautiful and fashionable, but she also serves as an inspiration to many young Nigerian women who want to join the Nigerian Police.

According to sources, Adeobi Nwosu is a dedicated and highly decorated police superintendent in the Nigerian police force.


She is certainly adorable. She is an Igbo cop who takes her job seriously and isn’t afraid to confront criminals.

 Miss Zion
Miss Zion has light skin, a strikingly beautiful face, and hips.


According to rumors, she is highly coveted by her male colleagues in the NPF, and even some offenders are willing to change their ways to be more positive in her presence.

Abigail Abala

Before being commissioned as an Assistant Superintendent of Police in 2017, Abala Abigail endured a grueling one-year training as a police cadet at the Police Staff College in Jos, Plateau State.

Abigail is a fitness inspiration to many women in Nigeria. She’s tough, intelligent, and hot!

Fatima Abdulazeez

If every cop looks like this, I’m sure I’ll break the law every day of my life. How does anyone get their work done wherever she is policing? She is a second beautiful and capable female police officer from the North known as “Fight Barbie.” Here are a few of the women in law enforcement from Nigeria’s 36 states who put their lives on the line every day to keep us safe. May God bless them!

A vintage photo of Nigerian female police officers serving as inspectors before a patrol in Sokoto in 1948 is shown below.

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