A Police Inspector in the Operations Department of Kano State Police Command, Garba Saleh Rabo, and another police officer, Jamilu Allison have been rewarded with a sum of N1 million after rejecting the same amount offered as bribe to them.
The acting Managing Director, Consumer Protection Council (CPC) in Kano State,Baffa Dan-Agundi, presented Rabo and Alkasim, who were attached to the taks force of the agency to the Commissioner of Police, Sama’ila Dikko, on Thursday.
A statement issued ln Friday by the police spokesperson in the state, DSP Abdullahi Haruna, quoted Dan-Agundi as saying that Rabo and Alkasim have done a commendable job by refusing to collect bribe.
‘’The two personnel, having received information that expired goods worth billions of Naira were kept in a warehouse, stormed the facility, where N1 million was offered as bribe.
“They rejected the bribe, recovered the expired goods, tendered the money as an exhibit and arrested the suspect.
‘’The agency commended the two personnel and decided to give the same amount in appreciation to them. Dan-Agundi called on the general public to continue to support the police and appreciate those with outstanding performances,”the statement said.
According to the statement, the Commissioner of Police, after presenting the sum of N1 million to the personnel, called on the good people of the state to emulate them.