Police Officers Forced Man To Transfer ₦100,000 For Possessing Laptop And No ID Card

6 Officers Arrested and Transferred to the Force Headquarters For Disciplinary Actions

Six officers of the Nigerian Police Force extorted a freelancer, Ojo Oluwagbadura, of ₦100,000 after they could not find anything on him.

Oluwagbadura narrated his experience on twitter which occurred at Soliki Aguda in Lagos around 3.44pm on 6th of October.

According to him, he was escorted to the POS terminal to withdraw ₦100,000 and then paid ₦2000 service charge to the vendor.

He was then forced to write a statement as a criminal which he refused and at the end had to sign papers to bail himself.

Fortunate for him, the post caught the attention of Lagos State PRO of the Force, Benjamin Hundeyin, who contacted the DPO of the station nearby and this led to the arrest of the 6 officers.

He was able to get 2 names which are AbdulKareem Sulaiman and Ojo Ozeigbe who threatened to deal with him in cell and nothing will happen.

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An elated Ojo Oluwagbadura later revealed that he was able to get his money back fully after the intervention.

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