Nigeria Police recovers N2.7m from Assistant Commissioner of Police


The Nigerian Police says it recovered 2.7 million naira bribe collected by an Assistant Commissioner of Police.

The Police says it got the information through a telephone call. Adding that disciplinary action is being taken on the case.

This is according to the third quarter report of the unit released on Thursday, October 13th, by the Acting Assistant Commissioner of Police and Head of CRU in Abuja, ACP Abayomi Shogunle. LIB reports.

“The bribe money was recovered from the ACP after the case was referred to the X-Squad for necessary action,” it reads.

The report also indicates that “the Nigeria Police Force has resolved 324 cases out of a total of 405 complaints made against the police by members of the public between July 1st, and September 30th, 2016. 51 out of cases reported during period under review were found to be false while 30 cases are still pending.

Source: LIB

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