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bail is not free
Date Paid:
27-1-2013 12:11:11 | City: Ifako/Ijaye
Date Reported: 2013-01-31 06:20:05 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Bail Application
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: i had gone to bail a friend that was detained becos he and his girl friend had a fight and the lady went to report him to the police at ojokoro police station. when i when to apply for he bail i was asked to pay 10000 or he would be taken to court on Monday i had to raise 7000 and give them before he was released on bail to me.

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They sacked 200 of us and bribed NLC not to do anything
Date Paid:
18-1-2012 17:54:07 | City: Ikeja
Date Reported: 2013-01-29 12:03:35 | Department: Construction Companies

Office/Company: FIRST ALUMINIUM NIGERIA PLC
Transaction: Dismissal from office
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: After 2 years and 6 months of working for them, the company paid us very small money and they now dismissed us. They also bribed the NLC people so when we went to complain to them, they didn't do anything on our behalf.

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Bail is not Free in Agodi Police Station!
Date Paid:
28-1-2013 17:29:16 | City: Ibadan
Date Reported: 2013-01-29 11:36:38 | Department: Police Formation and Command

Office/Company: POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND
Transaction: Bail Application
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: I went to bail my brother from Agodi Police station. The policeman told me to sign an undertaking. I did so. When it was time for my brother to be released I was told to pay N5000 for bail. All my life I have always been told bail is free, but in Agodi Police station, bail cost me N5000.

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The Money Paid Doesn't Match What is on the Receipt
Date Paid:
23-1-2013 17:07:18 | City: Apapa
Date Reported: 2013-01-29 11:18:42 | Department: Magistrate Court

Office/Company: REGISTRY
Transaction: Swearing Affidavits
Bribe Type: Corporate
Detail: I sent my Secretary to get an affidavit from the Magistrate Court in Apapa and they collected N1000 from her but when they gave her the receipt, it was 250 Naira that was written on it.

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I paid to get a Job but Still Haven't Got One
Date Paid:
1-8-2012 15:15:33 | City: Abuja Municipal
Date Reported: 2013-01-29 09:49:26 | Department: Political Parties

Office/Company: PEOPLE DEMOCRATIC PARTY
Transaction: Job Applications/Employment Processes
Bribe Type: Personal
Detail: I was introduced to a guy who told me to pay 50,000 Naira so I could get a job with PDP. I paid him the money and some time after that he said I should pay another 5,000 Naira so they could add my name to the list. Since then I haven't heard anything from him and I can't even reach him by phone. I have reported the matter to the police and they said they are working on the case

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