Nigerian Blasts Policemen Who Stole His iPhone 6s In VI Lagos After Collecting N15,000 Bribe

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August 17, 2016 – Nigerian Blasts Policemen Who Stole His iPhone 6s In Victoria Island Lagos After Collecting N15,000 Bribe

A Nigerian took to the social media earlier today to expose some crooks in police uniform who allegedly stole his expensive iPhone 6s.

Read his pathetic story below:

Yesterday about 9pm my bf and I beat a traffic light on ligali very close to Dominos in Victoria Island (Lagos). We actually stopped at the red light, but because we stopped after the traffic stand itself we could not view the lights .

For some reason cars started horning so we thought it was green light so we moved since we were in front, but we were wrong.

Suddenly about 4 police men jumped in our front, cocking guns ordering us to pullover which we did.

One of the officers told me to come down from the passenger side so he could come into the car which I did. After plenty threats of how we should go straight to Maroko police station, we were like it’s just traffic light we beat na…its not that serious.

The officer then said the fine was 52k. So with that we just knew they wanted money, by then another officer had come to join me at the back seat. We begged them for close to 30 mins that we did not have that kind of money, that we had 10k so we can just go becaus we were tired of begging they did not agree.

For some reason the officer in front who had taken the passenger seat were I once sat, formed vex and got down saying why is his colleague bargaining that kind of money with us. When he left a new officer came and called the colleague at d back seat and spoke to him for few seconds then the new officer entered the car.

We basically ended up parting with 15k before we were let go.

This is the most irritating part of these story.

Barely 10 mins I got to my destination I started looking for my iPhone6s we started calling the phone it was just ringing. I was confused because I had just placed an order so I was so sure I had my phone on me in the car.

The police officer stole my iphone6s. We went back to the checkpoint but the officers were not there again I explained what happened to another officer there who seemed shocked and placed a call to them to come back.

It took them about 30 mins to come back, all the while the phone was ringing. Immediately the officers arrived back at the checkpoint we tried the number but phone was now switched off. I was so irritated, they insisted on searching the car but it wasn’t there. The search for the phone started turning to harassment, plus before they plant something in our car (heard to many police stories) after giving them 15k. Then stealing my iphone6s on top. So we just said they should not worry, we got into the car and drove off.

The daft officers don’t know you should not steal an iPhone because it’s bad market. The phone is useless to the thief and the buyer. If a police officer who is supposed to protect lives and property steal from you all in the name of carrying out his duty then we are in trouble .

My fellow Nigerians please be very vigilant of the Nigerian police when they insist on entering you cars. Guard your belongings. SOME of them are robbers in disguise .

12 thoughts on “Nigerian Blasts Policemen Who Stole His iPhone 6s In VI Lagos After Collecting N15,000 Bribe

  1. that 1 ,no be 2day we know half of naija police steal from innocent and the sale weapons e.t.c to ……..i end my note here,help me finish it.

  2. If that was what really happened,then it really does not speak well of those officers that committed such act of stealing. Many nigerians have even twisted this common slogan that “police is your friend” to ‘police is your enemy’ because sometimes they tend to add to ones problem rather than helping out. One just have to be very careful of them truly.

  3. You are correct MR.writer. In the same form I was robbed of 7000 Naira in 2009 at Owerri by two police men, one with a gun and the other in front with me had no gun. I was at a roundabout opposite Ekwueme’s hotel. I stopped but there was no car coming from the left so I proceeded and I was on my way to church. Before I knew it the blocked me in the front and told me to follow them to their office which I obliged knowing that I had committed no offence. But on the way in a deserted area I was asked to stop and surrender whatever amount I had on me. I did before I was let go. I was late to the Church that Sunday at Assumpta Cathedral Owerri. I will never forget that day.

  4. Na today, u don’t know their second name is armed robber, only a few of them are trustworthy, and that is like looking for a needle in hay stack.
    Its only God that is protecting us in dis country not the police officers, its like whenever they are recruited the training they get is to terrorize, abuse and steal from citizens.
    May God continue to save and protect us from d devils in human form.

  5. Police are our problem, yesterday, today, n will definitely be tomorrow. Bad ones ruining d names of d good ones… 75% OF MEN IN BLACK UNIFORM WITH GUN ARE NATIONAL PROBLEM. PERIOD!

    And So……

    #LGO: Life Goes On#

  6. We have a big problem in this Country. The black Uniform men were recruited to terrorize the citizens they were meant to protect. It is very sad that we cannot approach any police officer for help rather we see them as Terror, Swindler, Armed Robbers in Uniform who will add to our problem instead of solving it. These are the reasons they will never redeem back their damaged image. I only see them putting on that uniform to make extra cursed money which they never do something beneficial with. Do unto others as you want to be treated. All these money they are forcefully extorting from people will surely play a negative role in their life’s and their family. According to the victim that phone cannot be used. Original owner must unlock it in order to be functioning which means that idiot officer just waste that phone.

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