Paul Okoye Laments Police Extorting People on the Roads at Midnight As He Visits a Club After 2 Years

Paul Okoye Laments Police Extorting People on the Roads at Midnight As He Visits a Club After 2 Years

  • Nigerian singer Paul Okoye shared one of his experiences as he recently went to a club to have fun
  • Paul stated that there were policemen on the roads who wanted to extort people moving around at that time
  • The singer took to his Instagram story to rant about the issue, adding that the policemen hailed him but they didn't get anything from him

Two years after going to a club to have fun, singer Paul Okoye went to one but didn't have a pleasant experience while returning home.

The singer noticed that there was traffic and barricades on the road in the middle of the night when the road was supposed to be free.

According to him, policemen were on the road shamelessly asking for money from people.

Paul Okoye
Paul Okoye laments police presence on the roads at midnight. Photos: @iamkingrudy
Source: Instagram

The singer stated that they were mostly at club junctions and places that lead to people's homes.

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According to him, it would be hard to find those policemen on roads leading to the third mainland bridge.

An angry Paul said the policemen were hailing him and asking for money but he didn't give them anything.

Read his full story below:

Paul Okoye
Paul Okoye rants about Nigerian police. Photos: @iamkingrudy
Source: Instagram

Nigerian man reveals how policemen extorted him of N100k

A young Nigerian software engineer identified as Femi on his social media page recounted his poor experience with policemen in the country.

Not long ago, thousands of Nigerians took to the streets during the nationwide EndSARS protest to clamour for reform in the police force after numerous lives and funds had been lost to the bad eggs in the force.

Femi in his series of posts explained that on January 13, policemen managed to extort N100k from him while he was on his way to the airport.

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According to him, his only crime was having his official laptop with him and that since they could not pin a crime on him, they wanted to take him to their station if he could not pay their N500k demand.

Femi said he was running late for his flight and decided to be diplomatic but they were adamant and later settled for N100k.

Source: Legit

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