(Video) Tacha Akide Comes Under Fire Over Her Outfit To Meet The Commissioner Of Police
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Nigerian media personality, Tacha Akide, is currently facing heavy criticism online after she shared a video of her meeting with the Commissioner of Police in Lagos.

The goal of the visit, according to her, was to discuss better policing and how the Nigerian Police can continue to serve the people of Nigeria.

In the video, Tacha is seen wearing a sheer black top that exposed her bare chest and a long transparent skirt.

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Had a SURREAL Evening with CP IDOWU Owohunwa, we discussed BETTER Policing, and how the Nigeria Police can continue serving the People of Nigeria BETTER” She wrote.

The outfit choice has caused outrage among many social media users, who deemed it inappropriate and disrespectful, especially considering the seriousness of the meeting.

One Enoenny Blaze wrote, “I humbly will throw a little critic to this outfit…. different outfit for different occasion. I wish u had dressed down a bit. Nice outing by the way

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Iyk More wrote, “What’s this dressing code all about cos I really don’t understand? Must u dress indecently? Even when meeting with military personnel

Chyboo wrote, “Y is she dressed like someone going for carnival??? Tot dis was supposed to be a formal occasion

Cooper Treasure wrote, “Hmmmm you wearing such outfit to this kind of place meaning this country don’t have rules anymore but our Delta government wants to stop indecent dressing lmao

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Parteker wrote, “Dis your dress no join ooo. Wetin be dis? You dress like dis to a police officer office. Na wa ooo”.

One Dikeh wrote : you no dey shame? When will you start dressing like someone who has brain

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