Police in Delta return N810,000 extorted from a victim to CDHR

Police officers in Abraka, Delta State’s Ethiope-East Local Government Area, returned N810,000.00 that they had reportedly extorted from a citizen.

Human rights group CDHR made the announcement to the kuryaloaded on Sunday.

CDHR Chairman, Comrade Amrevuawho Peter Edariese, stated the money was returned in three installments between June 3 and June 7: $400,000 twice, and $10,000.

He said that the victim had to pay the ten thousand naira because of the point-of-sale fees incurred when withdrawing the money.

The septuagenarian presented proof that the funds had been transferred.

According to him, Abraka, Ethiope-East Local Government Area DPO CSP Fabian and his guys are complicit in “heavy extortion” of Nigerians.

On May 31, according to Edariese, the police in Abraka seized a car belonging to one Christopher Umukoro on suspicion that he had falsified a “hand note” supplied to him.

He explained that CDHR stepped in to demand a refund of the money after learning that CSP Fabian, the Divisional Police Officer, had been unable to account for the change.

A POS machine belonging to a policewoman was used to collect eight hundred and ten thousand naira from the victim, and according to Edariese, the police swiftly returned the money.

The DPO, CSP Fabian, responded to kuryaloaded request for comment with the following text message: “Good morning i’m sorry i don’t know what you are talking about.”


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