Netizens were left perplexed after a police officer identified as Lewis Wills made some worrying or rather threatening remarks on his official Facebook page. Following is a screenshot captured.
According to his post, he has warned ladies that he "doesn't sympathize with those who have been killed by their boyfriends and that soon or later he will be in that list," something he has told reporters to be on standby for. He later closed his post with a tears emoji after telling those in Facebook that "he needs no comments" from them.
Some Facebook users who reacted to his post expressed their worry calling for immediate intervention from the relevant authorities before all hell breaks loose. Some alleged that depression which is on a shaper rise across the country could be the main reason as to why he made those remarks.
As well wishers, let's pray for the police officer and others that are currently feeling depressed or anxious that they may find Faith in God who never hesitates to answer when we need his comforting help most.
Thank you as you continue to share.
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