Kano Police Officer Rewarded For Rejecting $200,000 Bribe

Written by on August 17, 2022

The Divisional Police Officer of Nasarawa Station in Kano State, Daniel Amah, has been rewarded for rejecting a $200,000 bribe in a case of alleged armed robbery.

Amah, a Superintendent of Police got a commendation from the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, for exhibiting “sound professionalism.”

The IGP in a letter of commendation to Amah noted that the professional attitude displayed by the DPO  led to the arrest of the suspected armed robbery syndicate in Kano.

Force Public Relations Officer, who disclosed the IGP’s commendation in a statement on Wednesday, said the case has been transferred to Abuja for discreet investigation.

Two other officers serving in Imo and Katsina were also commended by the IGP for distinguishing themselves in service. They are Inspector Ekene Ndukwu and Police Constable Nura Mande.

He equally asked them to continually exemplify good conduct, integrity, bravery and gallantry in the discharge of their policing responsibilities.


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