Nigerian Police Reportedly Reject N1.5m Bribe From Suspected Kidnapper

Nigerian Police Reportedly Reject N1.5m Bribe From Suspected Kidnapper



The Nigerian Police Force, Iju Ishaga Divisional headquarters, Lagos state, southwest Nigeria, have reportedly rejected a N1.5m bribe offered to them by a suspected kidnapper identified as Lucky Amei.

P.M. NEWS reports that the Divisional Police officer in charge of Iju Police station Mr. Emmanuel Osuagwu a superintendent of Police, got information that the alleged mastermind of the recent kidnap and murder of Prof Paul Eriye in Benin city, Edo State, was hiding at 61, Oluwatosin Street, Command Area of Abule Egba and he led a team of detectives to the house where the suspect was arrested.

Amei was alleged to have offered the police the sum of N 1,500,000 which was turned down and he was subsequently arrested and taken to the station for interrogation.

It was gathered by the publication that when the Lagos State commissioner of Police Mr. Fatai Owoseni was contacted on the arrest, he ordered the DPO to immediately transfer the suspect to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) Ikeja for further investigation.

Lucky Amei is alleged to be the kingpin of the kidnappers that abducted Prof. Paul Eriye from his hotel some months ago and killed him after collecting undisclosed amount of money as ransom, and has since been on the run.

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