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A Metropolitan Police officer is under investigation for appearing on Nigeria’s version of Big Brother without permission. Khafi Kareem, 29, was seen last year alongside commissioner Cressida Dick as Scotland Yard celebrated years of female officers. But she later took unpaid.
A policewoman who defied her bosses and took leave to appear on a reality TV show could be sacked over footage of her on-air romps. PC Khafi Kareem could lose her job over the scandal. But the year-old had already been granted unpaid leave and joined the show, where she has romped three times with businessman Ekpata Gedoni,
Khafi Kareem, 29, was previously hand-picked for a picture with Commissioner Cressida Dick as the Met celebrated years of women in the force in November last year. She joined the African TV show on June 30, despite not receiving permission from Scotland Yard , and has since embarked in a romantic relationship in the house. Publicity from the reality series shows Khafi, who is from Ekiti, Nigeria, wearing her Met Police uniform amid claims she is a talented dancer and singer. She asked permission to go on the show but, when her request was refused, she went anyway. Khafi worked part-time as a special constable for four years before becoming a police constable at a Lambeth station in
Scotland Yard said it hadn't granted her request to appear on Big Brother Naija, and an internal investigation would be carried out. Kareem was pictured alongside Met chief Cressida Dick in November as the force celebrated years of women being allowed to join. Kareem has reportedly been "romping" with year-old businessman Ekpata Gedoni at least three times on the show, in a romance which has gripped viewers. An unnamed colleague of Kareem's told The Sun: "She's a serving British police officer — it's outrageous. A post on the website of channel Africa Magic, which broadcasts the show, says Kareem joined the show to "do good". It reads: "Police officer Khafi Kareem believes that you can have it all if you believe in yourself. A spokesman for the Met told Daily Star Online that Kareem was granted unpaid leave for an "unrelated reason" ahead of appearing on the show, but her request to join the reality TV programme was turned down.