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Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Nigeria's CP Says Bail Is Free


 

29 comments:

  1. I hear you! Oga you deh disguise abi?

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  2. One of the many lies in Nigeria. When a friend was arrested at Moscow Head office inside the commissioner's office, do you want to know how much we really round and paid for his release. To think he was innocent and falsely accused ooh.

    Nigerian police should rest abeg. The only time I didn't pay for bailout was when an Army friend came for my bailout. Even at that, the IPO was still begging for something no matter how little. Shishi I no give them.

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    1. Eeweeeeee... Bail is free for this 9ja abi spiritiual one? One of the lies we grew up with in this country. yeye government

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  3. I pray not to have anything that will take me to police station in this my life

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  4. Abegi, which bail is free. CP you self you are corrupt.
    That was how the other day, I was passing through one police station, so a call came in on my phone, I stood in front of the station to receive the call. Two police officers waited for me to end the call. Before I knew what was happening, them don catch me. That day, na two hundred naira, #200 I take bail my phone.
    Later they will be shouting bail is free.

    Officer Tunde and officer Ahmed, God go punish you.

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  5. Na today, it haff tay. Liars and thieves. Stella you see Nigerian police, I dont even pray to have anything to do with them. Thieves visited my shop cleared everything and when I went to the station it was me giving them money everyday I go to the station. Infact they end up fraudtrating me till I stop going I left everything for God.Me that lost continue giving them money. I had to give up.

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  6. Nice development but I doubt the effectiveness.They'll sha end up collecting fuel or gratitude money from the person,laslas money must drop,nothing is free here o.

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  7. Thank you, CP. But will your officers accept if reminded that bail is free?

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  8. Yinmu, anybody not ready to pay bail will grow old for station.

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  9. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ
    This cp is a clown

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  10. Na today we don dey hear about bail na free.

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  11. Story story oooo,Bail is free bail is free but your police officer don't ever abide to the law,they will frustrate you and make it difficult for you to bail anyone till you give them that bribe

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  12. This people called police can lie like say tomorrow no dey, bail is free in which police station ?

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  13. The response here๐Ÿ˜‚ nigerians are wiser now

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  14. Till one reach there, they will change mouth, story for the gods

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  15. All police stations should have cctv

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  16. If you dare believe their "bail is free" slang ehn, na eternity person go spend for their stinking cell. CP you know this is not possible with your men

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  17. Does this man honestly believe that Nigerians want to give bail money? In a society where the rule of law works, no person who is innocent of an offense wants to bribe or pay bail money to a police officer. However, in Nigerian, once you enter a police station, you have stepped into a different sovereign territory - the laws of Nigeria is suspended and the law of the DPO and gang (i.e. impunity) reigns supreme; a sovereign territory where many have disappeared after entering never to be heard from again. No matter how much you tell them "bail is free", they will merely laugh in your face! Yet the victims, rather than Nigerians being rescued by their "nation" from the "land of the police officers", this man wants to punish the victims further! What a joke, this man obviously doesn't sufficiently understand the problem!!!

    Some people here will be able to name the police station from my narrative below:
    When I was in secondary school. A friend of mine lived two blocks from a police station. One night, due to the heat and power cut, he and other tenants sat in front of their house chilling. Suddenly, a van showed up and police officers ushered them all into the van. The van drove two blocks down the road, discharged them in the police station, and they were all charged for wondering and loitering! Everyone had to pay bail money or spend the night in the police station!!! Why? DPO obviously needed weekend money! No be today kidnapping start my people!!! Bail money is the ransom many who have been kidnapped by uniformed men have to pay to see freedom. And I know of cases where as the cell fills up, the "unproductive occupants" are "discharged" to make room for those that perhaps might pay.

    Dear CP, if Nigerian have someone on their side when it comes to dealing with the police, maybe we will believe you! We all know that under the law of Nigeria, gun and knife victims must be treated first, but hospitals dare not do so without seeking police report first, else they will be under the terror of police officers as the police operates a different law. I remember wanting to stop to help an old woman who was slumped by the road once, but as I was going to park my car, my colleague who was in the car with me reminded me that if something happens to the victim, I will myself quickly become a victim. If nothing goes wrong with the victim, I still may be a victim as the police and hospital will hold me liable, finally if it happens to be a setup (i.e. the victim is pretending), I still will be the victim with no-one to report to who will be on my side! Ran the numbers in my head and it sounded like the odds regret if I stopped to help was pretty high, so I found myself reluctantly driving away, yet till today when I look back on that moment I wonder what happened to that woman, and whether I made the right call!

    So, oga CP, biko respect yourself and stop talking nonsense and ingredient here!!!!

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  18. Don't pray to enter their hands o. ๐Ÿ™†‍♂️

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