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arrests with no proof
Date Paid:
21-2-2006 17:28:56 | City: Ijebu
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 12:32:45 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Bail Application
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: IJEBU-ODE -It is everywhere. My dad (retired doctor) was a victim like 8 years ago in Ijebu-Ode. He had a small clinic just to keep busy and police came to arrest him claiming someone came to report he treats armed robbers gun shot injuries. Produce the accuser, they claimed the letter was not signed by anyone. All this I heard from my dad after he had bailed himself out cos I would have gone ballistic. Till date, I dont smile or laugh with any police man. They stop me, I dont respond to their greetings. I just hand over my car papers .

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police raids on unsuspecting youths
Date Paid:
19-6-2013 17:17:39 | City: Mainland
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 12:23:26 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Arrest/Remanding in Custody
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: YABA -It is a common scene in most part of Lagos - Igando,Yaba, Orile,Ketu,Ikorodu especially for night crawlers. One day in Yaba I stayed out late, the police at Yaba bus stop stopped me and detained me for about one hour until I gave them N1000.

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Police Raid
Date Paid:
20-6-2012 17:14:41 | City: Mushin
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 12:17:16 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Arrest/Remanding in Custody
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: ISOKOKO – I was a victim of ds police pick-up coming from Dunlop where I worked as a factory worker around 9:30pm. Isokoko straight. It was Operation Sweep back then. fortunately/unfortunately, I had just N20 and my ID in my pocket. I was picked around Guinness market and other guys were picked around Capitol and on the road to Isokoko. There was no mobile phone then, and I had already told folks at home, I was going for some overnight concert from work. We were marched into one old building behind d Isokoko police station and asked to remove our shirts. I was the youngest. They wrote our names and asked us to bail ourselves if we wanted to go home. Some guys paid, I offered my N20, SLAP! I showed them my ID, begged & cried, they didnt answer me. I was left with about 4 other guys. It was approaching 12AM Their Oga came around 12:15am reeking of alcohol and they told him we were the suspects they told him about earlier! Their Oga dished out another round of slap starting with the 1st guy in line, getting to my turn, I fell down before the SLAP. He looked at my skinny frame back then, asked me to get up & say what offence I committed. I told him none, showed my ID. He collected the N20 from me and asked me to go.

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Illegal police raids
Date Paid:
11-6-2014 17:00:38 | City: Mushin
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 12:14:05 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Arrest/Remanding in Custody
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: MUSHIN - I have seen where a guy was picked at Bamgboye Street cos he went to buy recharge card at a game house. This is real. Our youths in Mushin are always at their mercy. They raid when they are broke/hungry! Zone D police station and Alakara Division, Olosan not excluded .

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Refused to bribe for a job
Date Paid:
| City: Uyo
Date Reported: 2014-06-02 11:58:02 | Department: Federal Civil Service Commission

Office/Company: FEDERAL CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Transaction: Job Applications/Employment Processes
Bribe Type: Nil
Detail: UYO - I applied for a job in Akwa Ibom State Civil service then got a call from a staff that I should pay 100k to get included in the Governor’s list. I refused to pay and truly I didn’t get the job.

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