Drama As Policemen Arrests Fellow Officers For Collecting Bribes From Motorists In Lagos [Video]
A video making rounds online shows the moment the policemen arrested their colleagues for collecting bribe from motorists in Ijesha.
In the video, the police special squad can be seen in patrol vans effecting the arrest of the erring policemen as onlookers watch in awe.
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Policemen arrest fellow officers for collecting bribe in Lagos _ Few hours ago, a video showing the moment officers of the Nigeria Police special squad, operation ‘Puff Adder’ arrested some officers over alleged bribery, hit social media space. To aid the arrest, the special officers were seen in patrol vans effecting the arrest of some policemen who were reportedly taking bribe from motorists, in Ijesha area of Lagos state. Many Nigerians have reacted to the video, with most taking to micro-blogging platform, Twitter to praise the operatives for arresting their colleagues, while some others claim its a setup.
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Meanwhile, a bribe seeking policeman has surrendered himself to the police authorities after he killed a truck driver identified as Ado Saleh along the Akure-Owo Expressroad, Ondo State.
KanyiDaily had reported that Ado Saleh was shot on the head by the bribe seeking police officer, following his refusal to pay N100 at a checkpoint.
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