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Policemen held for extorting N260,000 in Lagos

Cops who supposedly tormented and blackmailed a man, Olumide Bakare, of N26,000 in Lagos have been captured. 

Bakare portrayed his experience on Twitter on Wednesday, asserting that the police officers appended to Ogudu Division, unlawfully captured him, tormented and constrained a video proclamation from him before fleecing him of N260,000. 

He said he was in a taxi which the cops waved to and illicitly looked through his telephones and individual things. 

Discovering nothing aside from an expression "gay men dey pay" in a gathering visit Bakare had with certain companions, the maverick officials at that point released dread on him, checked his financial balance parity and afterward requested N500,000 just to make due with N260,000 which they got by means of Paga. 

Bakare stated, "A few individuals from the Nigerian Police (Ogudu branch), constrained an admission, explanation and N260,000 out of me. They beat, compromised and caused me to feel totally frail. I have not recuperated from the badgering, yet I need this story to be out there 

"They halted my Uber and requested that the driver drive us directly to Ogudu police headquarters. At the point when we arrived, they took us to one little corner in the police headquarters with two wooden rooms. 

"They gathered my telephones, my air units, ID card. Indeed, even as I clarified that I was an influencer and work for a few brands, they continued looking through my email, IG, Twitter and my WhatsApp for God recognizes what. 

"They reprimanded me to take my shirt and began beating me with a funnel. They constrained me to compose an announcement saying I had male customers who paid me to have easygoing sex with them and even recorded names for me. They instructed me to add adds up to the front of the names as well and recorded me admitting at firearm point." 

Representative Bala Elkana said those included have been captured and confined after orders from Commissioner of Police (CP) Hakeem Odumosu.

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