The assistant commissioner of police, Yomi Shogunle, has come out to lament how a Twitter user sent him a private message, calling him by his first name.
The ACP didn't take it lightly as he posted the private message on his twitter page stating that the sender was born when he joined the police force and he thinks his display picture is the problem seeing the need to change it.
The way people choose to address or be addressed is solely dependent on them as everyone is entitled to be respected and give respect in return.
His tweet reads;
My DM: "Dear Yomi,..."
Sender's bio "Born Aug xx, 1992"
Someone born after I joined police calling me "Yomi" ��
I need to change my DP
Comments has since trailed the tweet on his timeline.
While some think it's rude for the sender to have addressed the ACP by his first name, some are of the opinion that it's purely professional to be addressed by a person's first name.
Do you think the sender was wrong to have called the ACP by his first name?
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