VIDEO: Another Nigerian Police Man Caught On Camera Demanding Bribe, This Time In Dollars

Sunday, February 02, 2014


This incident happened sometime last week in Lagos. A Naija American returneee was stopped at the Monument bank premises in Egbeda, Lagos, for wearing green cargo trousers, which in Nigeria is considered to be military outfit. The policeman who stopped him demanded bribe from him, and insisted he should pay in dollars!

Sadly for him the entire incident was secretly filmed using an electronic cigarette disguised as a camera!

The policeman who was carrying a gun, demands dollars from the man and suggested they go to a currency exchange to convert Naira to Dollars. At some point in the video, he threatens to take the American returnees to the police station should they refuse to pay: “Bring better thing, that one is not money, I don tell you finish o!” he can be heard saying when they gave him Naira notes.

The video has gone viral since it was posted on the Youtube video channel. Watch the whole clip when you continue.

If you missed the video of the policeman who sometime in August 2013 was caught on camera demanding  25,000 naira bribe, watch below. The video of the policeman demanding N25,000 bribe was uploaded on YouTube and it  immediately went viral. Prompting the Nigerian Police to arrest him in a rare display of disciplinary action. According to the Nigerian Police Facebook page
“The police admitted the officer is a sergeant attached to the Lagos State Command Motor Traffic Division. The Inspector General of Police IGP MD Abubakar has directed the Commissioner of Police Lagos State to ensure that the orderly room trial is concluded in record time,”


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2 Comments, Add Yours

  1. It is not new. Happening everyday

  2. Nice one, dull policeman as usual.

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