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I want my money back
Date Paid:
2-4-2012 12:20:31 | City: Bwari
Date Reported: 2012-12-07 06:42:16 | Department: Construction Companies

Office/Company: PW CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Transaction: Job Applications/Employment Processes
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: A worker in PW, a construction company, asked me for N20,000 before the organisation would employ me. I paid the money. This was in April; it's 7 months now and nothing has happened. I have not been employed by the organisation. I feel cheated. I do not even want the job again. I just want my money back. - Mohammed

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Regular Police Extortion
Date Paid:
3-12-2011 08:29:23 | City: Bwari
Date Reported: 2012-12-07 03:46:49 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Arrest/Remanding in Custody
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: I market petroleum products. I have fuel and kerosene sellers working for me. A police man, Corporal Aparachi, demanded from my workers the sum of N50,000. My workers were forced to pay N21,000. Another group of people were taken to the station, and instead of filing a report, the police collected N15,000 from them. This is becoming a regular occurrence for us in Mpape that sell above 25litres.

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THIS IS PURE EXTORTION
Date Paid:
7-12-2012 08:50:06 | City: Mainland
Date Reported: 2012-12-07 03:19:44 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Road blocks
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: IMAGINE A POLICE TRAFFIC OFFICER CORRECTING ME ON TAKING A WRONG LANE, AND IN THE PROCESS OF TURNING TO FOLLOW HIS DIRECTIVE, HE JUMPED INTO THE CAR CLAIMING I HAD FLOUTED TRAFFIC RULES. IN SUMMARY I HAD TO PART WITH =N=2,000 TO AVERT GETTING LATE TO WORK. HIS NAME IS ABOGUNRIN MOHAMMED, ATTACHED TO DENTON POLICE STATION, OYINGBO. EBUTE METTA LAGOS. HE WAS SO LUCKY I WAS NOT ABLE TO GET HIS SERVICE NUMBER, I WOULD HAVE TAKEN HIM UP BEYOND THIS AVENUE.

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Bribe for Passage
Date Paid:
4-12-2012 08:52:22 | City: Abuja Municipal
Date Reported: 2012-12-07 03:16:05 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Road blocks
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: Every night police officers always disturb the okada men on the road and prevent them from passing if they don't pay fifty naira.

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Bribe to Stop Harrasment
Date Paid:
6-12-2012 08:37:44 | City: Abuja Municipal
Date Reported: 2012-12-07 02:48:40 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Arrest/Remanding in Custody
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: I work as a tailor at Banex Plaza and i have boys that work under me and sometimes, our work requires them to stay overnight at the workshop to meet deadlines. Every night the Mobile Police stationed at the plaza come to harrass and threaten my boys to pay N1000 or else they will be arrested. They've arrested them before because they didn't pay and they will not allow us to work in peace. So far this year we have paid over N220k

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