I Paid egunje Reports

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Total reports: 252

Why should I bribe the police to do their job
Date Paid:
7-4-2014 13:02:48 | City: Akure
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 08:05:38 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Arrest/Remanding in Custody
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: Last week monday I was at SARS office in Akure to report a guy who I assigned a job to. He refused to do the job and also refused to refund my money, I was asked to pay N10,000 before they invite the guy over and they also demanded for 15% out of the money. I did pay 10k cos I came all the way from Lagos, but after we caught the guy and he promised to pay, it was then that the Inspector made me to know through a junior officer that 15% will be deducted out of the total money. To my surprise the officer called me that the guy brought the money and ask for my account which I forwarded alas!!15% was deducted plus the 10k ooo.

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Registration
Date Paid:
13-7-2010 12:54:07 | City: Ijebu
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 07:58:19 | Department: Education

Office/Company: OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY
Transaction: Academic Processes
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: I personally admit to paying egunje during my time at OOU, especially during registration for courses. Paying egunje is common practice in my school.

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Police at roadblocks are terrible
Date Paid:
30-5-2014 12:39:14 | City: Ilorin
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 07:41:24 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Road blocks
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: Policeman along Ilorin-Ogbomoso expressway had to salute a bus driver twice with two hands for N20. The common thing every Friday at checkpoints in Ilorin is "oga give us something for weekend" I had to drag with police to buy some time for rain to come. Thank God rain separated us. After where is this, where is that story, nothing was forthcoming, the next thing is "dis boy rude o... you no get respect". The policeman said "oga your vehicle paper don expire" I replied "thanks for reminding me" he said "so wetin go happen". I gave him N500 and he let me go.

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Bribe in kind
Date Paid:
14-2-2012 12:31:58 | City: Oshogbo
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 07:36:05 | Department: Education

Office/Company: OSUN STATE UNIVERSITY
Transaction: Academic Processes
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: I bought malt for a non-academic staff to stamp my course form in OSU, I did not realize then that it was bribery.

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Egunje that is not bribe
Date Paid:
15-6-2011 12:23:53 | City: Abuja Municipal
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 07:28:27 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Road blocks
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: An officer arrested me a few years back in Abuja and asked me to bribe her to let me go. So I put N2000 inside an envelope and gave it to her, she shouted at me that I should unwrap d money cos she was not taking bribe

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