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SARS officers allegedly storm petrol station, demand to be placed on payroll (Photos)

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A Twitter user identified as @Bordillon007 has reported some Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) officers, who allegedly stormed a petrol station in Ikorodu and demanded to be placed on their payroll.

According to him, the officers harassed the manager and demanded to be paid monthly.

He wrote,

Dear distinguished @segalink,
These men from Special squad (SARS) @NigeriaPolice came to @PetrocamNigeria station at Ikorodu yesterday. They harassed the manager and demanded, they should be put on a monthly salary from the petrol station. Their leader Amos is the one in circle.

 

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The Twitter user’s post garnered a lot of reactions. See some of them below;

@gladysanyana wrote,

 “They came to u with that option of being placed on monthly salary cos, na still dem go send their “friends” to come visit u. If u know, you know. Person walking”

@shegelee wrote,

“A friend who manages a filling station somewhere in Lagos gives the police 50kg of petrol every week as a reward for their quick response whenever they are called upon.”

@repjune wrote,

“Until we stop recruiting thieves into the force I fear this country may end up like Colombia.”

@kassandraugoch1 wrote,

“Monthly Salary kwa?Has the gas station, become the Federal government that employed them… Chai!Woman walkingWoman walkingWoman walking.”

 

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