Nigerian Police officer promoted, given N1 million for rejecting N88 million bribe


Daniel Amah, a former Chief Superintendent in the Police division of Bompai, Kano, has been promoted to Assistant Commissioner of Police.

This was after the gallant officer turned down an offer of $200,000 (N88 million) to suppress a case he was on.

“The law that established this commission permits us to recognize outstanding police officers by promoting them. I hereby announced the promotion of CSP Daniel Amah to the rank of ACP,” Ogunbiyi, a retired justice of the Supreme Court said.

In an interview with journalists, Amah however revealed that friends and family members earlier lambasted him for rejecting the huge sum of money and called him different names.

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