Meet Loretta the young and fresh immigration officer melting hearts online

Meet Loretta the young and fresh immigration officer melting hearts online

- Loretta Oduro Kyei, an immigration officer has stunned social media with her amazing beauty

- She confirms in an interview that many men have been pestering her after seeing her pictures online

- Loretta says she loves to sing, dance and write poems in her free time

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Kyei Oduro Loretta is a young, vibrant-looking and beautiful immigration officer who is turning heads and melting hearts on social media.

According to Occupygh.com who have confirmed speaking to Loretta personally, the beautiful officer has been getting proposals from numerous people online.

Loretta asserts that many people who have seen her pictures on social media keep inboxing her for details of regarding her location and availability.

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The young officer has claimed that she loves to sing, dance and write poems in her free time away from the military camp.

Loretta has not been the only stunning officer who has gone viral online. It would be recalled that a beautiful-looking female Ghanaian police officer got social media buzzing after her photos surfaced online.

The officer dressed beautifully in her uniform as she looked stunning in three photos that were sighted by YEN.com.gh.

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Also, a soon-to-be-married Nigerian couple (a police officer and an immigration officer) peppered people on social media with their beautiful pre-wedding photos. The couple took people by surprise with their inspiring pre-wedding photos.

In other news, Rosemond Nkansah, the 1st female police officer in Ghana has had a grand party to mark her 90th birthday.

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Top-notch individuals in the police force, as well as retired colleagues of Rosemond, were there to grace the occasion. Rosemond was the lady who fought for women in the police force to be able to get married, as the law did not permit that previously.

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