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Tuesday, November 07, 2017

Nigerian Police Refunds ₦834,000 Extorted Monies...

The Nigerian Police yesterday revealed it has returned the sum of ₦834,000 extorted by its officers from members of the public between July and September.




It was contained in a statement released by the NPF which read in part:


 “In the pursuit of implementing the ‘Change Begins with Me’ Campaign of the Federal Government and in line with the desire of the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris, in bringing an end to impunity, the Public Complaint Rapid Response Unit in Q3 2017 recovered and returned a total sum of ₦834,000 extorted money to members of the public"

24 comments:

  1. Ok, so they have a compiled list of people they have taken advantage of yh?

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  2. hahahahhaha let me go and collect my money from the police people in Costain. I have spent like N3,000

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  3. This is what i call, beautiful nonsense. Police men are still collecting bribe on our high way

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  4. How did they return the money to the rightful owners?They shouldn't have bothered with this publication.

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  5. Story! Just yesterday night, my guy was arrested after some policemen raided his hotel room, he was released around 2am after parting away with some money. Our police can never be sanitized, the best is to disband the force and empower civil defense in their stead.


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    1. I guess you have never heard of the police Whatsapp number. Those who use the number are getting results. Google police Whatsapp number and store in your phone.



      Make effort to know the police control room number in your state.



      Josephine the great

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    2. Josephine, the WhatsApp number or admins are also corrupt policemen, the police station they took him to has respected high ranked police officials yet he was extorted. It is only one out of a million that might be lucky with the WhatsApp scheme.


      DontQuoteMe™

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  6. Who and who received the money? Because I didn't know anyone that received.

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  7. Cool.

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  8. To who do they return the money?

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  9. This monaLisa is so on point

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  10. So the money was sitting in an account? 😒😒😒

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  11. I have Not received mine...smh

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  12. To who? Who and who did they return it to please?

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  13. My 3k is part of it oh. It was extorted in February 2014.🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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  14. Which of the Public?
    Because my husband and I have not seen ours.

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  15. This is not even up to 1hour bribe

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  16. This is not even up to 1hour bribe

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  17. NIGERIA POLICE IS NOT YOUR FRIEND . MAZI SAYS SO

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  18. super story! will police ever change?

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