• September 28th, 2020

Traffic cop bribed with sheep carcass 


WALVIS BAY – Namibian police traffic officer Moses Naseb (54) was released on N$5 000 bail last Thursday after he was initially arrested on Wednesday last week for alleged bribery involving a sheep carcass at a Swakopmund roadblock. 
Naseb was arrested by Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) agents after he allegedly solicited a bribe in the form of a sheep carcass from a truck driver. 

The truck driver allegedly contravened the Traffic and Transportation Act, after he was caught displaying a forged license disc and permit for transportation on the truck. The truck belongs to a butchery in Swakopmund. Naseb, instead of charging the truck driver, allegedly agreed to accept the sheep carcass as a bribe.
He appeared in the Swakopmund Magistrate Court on Wednesday and had his case postponed until 29 May for further investigations.
– edeklerk@nepc.com.na 


Eveline de Klerk
2020-04-27 09:56:49 | 5 months ago

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