A Nigerian female firefighter Dooshima Dennis has speak up about receiving a lot of attention lately. In a tweet sounding appreciative to the admiration, but also sound compelled to speak out against the inappropriate behavior that has become a cause of concern for her and her colleagues.
Dennis note that some individuals have been calling the fire service emergency room, asking for her personal phone number. It’s understandable that some people may be interested in getting to know her better, but using emergency services for such purposes is completely unacceptable and can be potentially dangerous.
Not only is it a waste of time and resources, but it also puts lives at risk. The fire service emergency room is meant to be reserved for genuine emergencies and urgent situations. By calling the emergency room for non-emergency purposes, you are potentially delaying or preventing the response to a real emergency.
Furthermore, it is unprofessional and unethical to use emergency services for personal reasons. As a firefighter, who is committed to serving the community and responding to emergencies as quickly and efficiently as possible. When someone calls the emergency room asking for her number, it undermines the trust and respect that the community has for firefighters.
She urge anyone who has been calling the fire service emergency room to request for my number to stop immediately. If you are genuinely interested in getting to know me, there are other appropriate channels to do so.
However, I would like to make it clear that my priority is my job, and I will not tolerate any behavior that puts the safety of others at risk.
I appreciate the admiration and support that I have received from the public, but it is important to maintain a level of professionalism and respect for emergency
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