Wednesday, 27 September 2017

NDLEA Threatens Passenger Because He Refused To Give $100

NDLEA Threatens Passenger Because He Refused To Give $100

34-year-old man traveling to one of the Asian countries  said that an official of National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos threatened him because he refused to give him $100 which he demanded.

The passenger who was traveling in the morning had gone through the security checks which he had no problem, on getting to the NDLEA point, he was interogated and after then the NDLEA officer demanded for $100 that if he does not cooperate with him he would be sent back from his intended destination.

According to the man, "When I refused to give the officer the $100 he demand for, he collected my passport and snapped my data page saying that I will be refused entry into the country."

He added, "My brother had already told me that I should not give money to anybody knowing fully well they would ask."

Before the passenger entered to depart, the brother who is a frequent flyer had told him not give money to anyone because he knew they would make advances.

"When I became stubborn,I insisted I was not going to give him,  he was angry and he eventually left me".

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