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Two police officers dismissed for collecting N15,000 bribe in Abuja

Date Paid: 29-5-2017 17:44:36 | City: Abuja Municipal
Date Reported: 2017-07-20 12:45:58 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Traffic Offence
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: Police in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja, has dismissed two traffic wardens attached to Wuse Police Division, for allegedly collecting N15,000 as bribe from a traffic offender. The Assistant Commissioner of Police in-charge of the unit, Abayomi Shogunle gave the names of the suspects as Musa Muktari with force number 394120 GDI and Shuaibu Suleman, 10627 GDII who arrested a motorist at Wuse Market on May 29, accusing him of jumping traffic light. The wardens were said to have delayed the motorist insisting he must pay some money before he would be freed. According to the report, even when the motorist pleaded that he does not have any money on him, the wardens still held him. The traffic wardens reportedly mounted pressure and followed the motorist to an Automated Teller Machine, ATM, where he withdrew N15,000 from his account and gave same to the traffic wardens. However, as they were alighting from the motorist’s vehicle, one of them forgot his mobile telephone.

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2018-04-07 08:22:42
These guys are too corrupt for my liking. I hope others would learn from this.

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