Rapper CDQ reveals how customs officers drove him to an ATM to collect bribe

Rapper CDQ reveals how customs officers drove him to an ATM to collect bribe

- Nigerian music artiste, CDQ, has taken to social media to reveal his experience with some custom officers

- They reportedly drove him to the ATM to collect bribe because he wasn't with his custom paper in the car

- He further stated that they shot at his vehicle when they thought he was trying to escape

Bribery and corruption is said to be synonymous with Nigeria as a country. These social vices have eaten deep into the system at all levels. There isn't a day that goes by without encountering some level of corruption.

Nigerian rapper, CDQ, took to social media to share his own personal experience with some officers of the law. According to him, due to the fact that he wasn't with his custom papers, he was made to drive to the ATM to bribe them.

Sharing a video of the ride, he wrote: "What baffles me the most is that they asked me stop right on d express in the middle of the night with guns in mufti and a trailer coming behind hit my car yet as I was trying to escape d trailer to avoid more damages the customs started shooting and my car front tyre got busted I mean it was horrible... something terrible could have happened...

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I’ve never seen people being so inhuman in my life after messing my car up they still followed us close to the show venue in Ibadan and asked my manager to come down from d vehicle to withdraw money for them at d atm machine after collecting all the cash with him initially... Their vehicle number was CS207 at Ibadan toll-gate"

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This is just one among many stories like this. Many people have taken to the social media platform to also share their encounters with officers who are supposed to uphold the law.

Meanwhile, CDQ has tendered an apology to BBNaija's Ifu Ennada for the derogatory remarks he made. According to him, what they have was nothing more than a one night stand.

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