Police Inspector lynched over N50 bribe

    The police command in Adamawa State has confirmed the death of an Inspector of police who was killed by angry mob along the Wuro-Dole-Pariya Road in Girei Local Government area of the state.
    According to command spokesman, Othman Abubakar, said that the incident occurred following a misunderstanding between some passengers and a routine patrol team along the road.
    Abubakar, who did not give details of the “misunderstanding”, simply said it led to the deceased opening fire, which resulted in the killing of the passenger.
    He said the late Inspector was mobbed to death, adding that the police had recovered his corpse and gun with eight rounds of live ammunition.
    An eyewitness, who simply identified himself as Sadiq, said that the incident followed a disagreement over a N50 bribe.
    It was the late passenger who offered the police inspector N50 after much disagreement but the police officer insisted it most be N100 before he will let them go.
    This  lead to a hot argument and the shooting of the passenger and injuring of another by the Inspector.
    But unfortunately for the inspector when he was about to escape the mob attacked him and lynched him.