- Corporal Rita Awuku, known on Instagram as Queen Maya, has taken over the internet with her beauty and advocacy against child abuse
- Queen Maya shared adorable photos of herself on Instagram which have since gone viral
- The Ghanaian female police corporal is also an advocate for road safety
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Adorable photos of a female Ghanaian police officer that emerged online have 'ravaged' social media and generated remarkable commentaries from online enthusiasts.
While it still remains disputable, the female police officer, identified as Queen Maya on Instagram, has been described as the most beautiful female police officer in the Ghana Police Force after mind-blowing photos of her surfaced online.
Queen Maya, known in private life as Corporal Rita Awuku, posted impressive photos of herself, smartly attired in her police uniform while her roaring beauty and charming figure did all the magic.
Queen Maya has been showered with a lot of accolades on social media following her post on Instagram.
The adorable police officer is also an advocate against child abuse and domestic violence.
Queen Maya is currently working at creating a musical platform to educate people about road safety and police-related issues.
Meanwhile, photos of a young man who allegedly proposed to his fiancée on her sickbed after she was involved in a fatal accident have left many stunned.
Online photos shared by Samuel Agyekum Debrah in a Facebook group has garnered pleasant reactions with many showering the man with remarkable accolades.
Samuel Agyekum Debrah, shared the inspiring photos along with a caption, noting that the lady had been involved in an accident.
The photos also show the lady with a fractured leg, still recovering from the alleged accident, which has garnered over 6,000 likes as at the time this story was being covered.
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