Nigerian Man Calls Out A Police Man Who Arrest And Extort Money From Citizens For No Crime

April 2, 2019
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Nigerian Man Calls Out A Police Man Who Arrest And Extort Money From Citizens For No Crime

Nigerian Man Calls Out A Police Man Who Arrest And Extort Money From Citizens For No Crime

A Nigerian man calls out a police man at Gbagada, Lagos who arrest and extort money from citizens for no concrete reason or crime. Gistvic Reports.
Some other Nigerians could attest to the claims as they share their experience with the same police officer.

This man right here is one of the robbers in police Uniform at gbagada police station. He was the one pointing at people beside the road that they should pick up, and after which they collect randsom from them to leave. This particular man was the one that slapped me 6 times”

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Nigerian Man Calls Out A Police Man Who Arrest And Extort Money From Citizens For No Crime

Nigerian Man Calls Out A Police Man Who Arrest And Extort Money From Citizens For No Crime

Nigerian Man Calls Out A Police Man Who Arrest And Extort Money From Citizens For No Crime



SOURCE: GISTVIC.COM

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