According to reports, she was arrested at New Akala Express Way, in front of Taska Filling station in Ibadan.
While the lady was waiting to enter the Uber taxi she ordered for, police officers nearby started shouting and raising their gun that what she was wearing was bad.
They bundled her inside their vehicle & started threatening her before driving off with her.
The officers later demanded N20,000 from her forcefully so as to release her but at last she was forced to transfer N10,000 to one the officer's Union Bank account number 0079326615.
After making the transfer, she was told to get out of their vehicle.
Omowunmi, couldn't bear the humiliation and emotional trauma she suffered in the hands of the policemen, hence she took the matter to social media for justice.
The likes of Segalink and RuggedMan came to her aide and the matter was forwarded to police authorities.
The lady was finally given her money back through DPO Oriya Challenge Ibadan and the police officer, Elijah Oyewale, is under investigation.
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