A police officer turned down a bribe of N83 million offered by a rubber who had stolen N320 million.

Not often Nigerians praise Their security personnel, After refusing a bribe for around N83 million (which is equivalent to $200,000), a police officer in Nigeria has been lauded for his excellent display of moral excellence by his colleagues. The officer, who has been identified as SP Daniel Amah and is assigned to the Kano state police command, is reported to have turned down the staggering amount offered by armed rubbers. A letter of praise has been sent to the officer by the Inspector General of the Police, Usman Baba, in recognition of the officer’s uprightness and honesty.
A glowing letter of praise is given to a police officer in Nigeria as a reward for him turning down a bribe of $200,000.
A police officer in Kano named SP Daniel Amah has been praised by the Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba, for turning down a bribe in the amount of 200,000 dollars.
On Tuesday in Kano, the Public Relations Officer for the Kano State Command, SP Abdullahi Haruna-Kiyawa, conveyed this information to members of the media.
According to him, DCP Abubakar Zubairu, who is currently acting as the Commissioner of Police in the state, gave Amah a letter of commendation that was signed by the IGP.
Amah was praised for her “exceptional superb job,” “uncommon focus,” “dedication to duty,” and “display of good professionalism,” according to what he stated.
In a case involving an armed robbery involving the sum of N320.5 million, leading to the arrest and conviction of one Ali Zaki and several police officers, and also leading to him rejecting a bribe offer of $200,000 that was made to him.