The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has condemned the Corruption Index report that says the police is the most corrupt institution.
A survey by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) revealed that bribes were paid 82.3 million times by Nigerians between 2015 and 2016, and police officers were said to have asked directly for bribes most times.
In a statement released by the police spokesman, Jimoh Moshood, he described the Corruption Index report of the NBS as false.
We have not seen such report and we cannot react to what we have not seen but what I know is that the Nigeria Police Force is not corrupt.
Corruption is a personal thing and the Nigeria Police Force is not a corrupt institution and it is not for anybody to have made such allegation.
The allegations are mischievous because it is not empirical and we distance ourselves from such and we want all Nigerians to condemn such.
Moshood said a lot of changes have been introduced into the Force to ensure that the police are accountable to the people.
Such a report is unacceptable by the Force and we want everybody to disregard such because the Nigeria Police is not corrupt.
The allegation is not empirical and it cannot stand any test or proof. It is misleading.