Cross River Police DSP in Bribe Scandal

Police officer in bribe scandalwhat is this country turning into?

The DSP, Mr. David Ekong, of the Cross River State Police Command and some of his subordinates have met their waterloo in the wake of get-together a pay off of N24, 000 checked money.

By report by Punch Newspaper, unknown to DSP Ekong, an Assistant Inspector General orchestrated the stamped notes to get the ‘savage officers’ in the force.

It was represented that DSP Ekong and his gathering had unlawfully caught and kept a particular Ottobong Inyang and asked for N250, 000 as pay off for his protection.

The report further revealed that Inyang was caught on February 19, 2016 for guaranteed equipped theft and auto burglary and was kept at the state Police Command home office in Calabar however was released on February 21, 2016 in the wake of paying N50, 000 to Ekong.

It was collected that Inyang was caught for charged furnished theft and auto burglary not long after he obtained a Volkswagen Passat from an auto shop along IBB Way by Eta-Agbor roaming in Calabar.

Nevertheless, the auto dealer wasn’t kept, in this way, Inyang paid a total of N50, 000 going before he secured his adaptability on February 21, 2016 however was asked for that bring the equality by February 22 or he would be rearrested.

On recouping his chance, Inyang in a flash got a honest to goodness gather that moved nearer AIG Adisa Bolanta, to formally lay the protestations.

AIG Bolanta then stamped N24, 000 himself and gave it as a noteworthy part of the equality to be given to Ekong and this provoked the catch of Ekong and his gathering.

The AIG, it was reliably amassed, had asked for a conscious room trial and dismissal of the affected policemen if found obligated.

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