Fwd: Big Brother Naija Contestant Khafi, faces sack from her job as London Police Oficer for having sex with housemate
One of Big Brother Naija housemate,Khafi Kareem is on the verge of losing her job after defying her bosses to contest the reality show.
The London Metropolitan Police Officer who is currently on leave without pay was told told not to take part in the show when she asked for permission.
Khafi irked her colleagues at work when footage from the house emerged romping with fellow housemate, Gideoni. She has been seen to have had sex with him about three times already.
One colleague said: “She’s a serving British police officer — it’s outrageous. She asked permission to go on the show but, when her request was refused, she went anyway.
“Her out-of-office email reply blatantly says that she is away from work, yet no one does anything.
“Other officers working with her are furious that she can just disobey orders then swan off the Africa and tarnish the reputation of the force.”
The Police Officer said to be on annual salary of about £30,000 appeared as poster girl of The Metropolitan Police last year alongside the Police Chief, Cressida Dick celebrating 100 years of women in the force.
Khafi, who speaks French, Italian and her native Yoruba, worked as a translator and a spotter for a female genital mutilation team looking for possible victims at airports.
The Met said she was on unpaid leave granted “for an unrelated reason” before being refused permission to appear on the show.
A Met spokesman said last night: “The Met is aware that the officer has since appeared on the show without authority. The Directorate of Professional Standards has been informed and will be carrying out an investigation into the circumstances.
“The Met does not support the officer’s appearance nor does she represent the Met whilst appearing on the show.
“All officers have a duty to behave with professionalism and in a manner that does not bring the Met into disrepute whether on or off duty.
“Those who do not behave professionally risk breaching police standards of professional behaviour, and may be dealt with by way of misconduct proceedings.”