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Reaction As Lady Advise Government To Remove Pockets From Police Uniform In Fight Against Corruption

Papiwater 06/29/2020

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Corruption has done more harm than good in our societies and we live to pay dearly for it. It does not stop and has been passed from one generation to another especially in this part of the world.

Solutions have risen up but we are yet to experience a cognitive change in our lives and in the societies we live in.

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Earlier, a lady named Sharon who is an open minded individual from Uganda, has taken time to share her opinion on a possible solution applying to police officers.

This opinion is quite sarcastic but logical for government to remove pockets from police uniforms as they are known to always charge people with bribe.

We really crave for a time where corruption such as police bribery would seize to exist in our society and let real change be effective.

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This has caused an outrage on social media as people make lot of reactions to the issue. Here are some of the comments:

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Top Comments
SmallAxe · 06/30/2020
I doubt if you know the Nigerian police well enough. You see, you have suggested a good thing but even if the government do as you said, the next place they hide those bribes is their pants and boots....They've sold their souls to the devil for long............!
TYDSONG · 06/30/2020
This is good idea but the Police will still hide their money💰 inside the bush as they usually do
PeterFrancis_04 · 06/30/2020
it will go a long way in curbing corruption
IdowuAdesoji_01 · 06/30/2020
make dem catch u

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