Category Archives: The Police Diaries

Detective Okoro recounts real events from his life as a policeman.

#5.3 In which things quickly go awry

it was at that moment, that very precise moment, with my heavy-lidded eyelids drifting closer to each other, with the hot sun over head burning its way into the west, with the sound of cars speeding past me that it … Continue reading

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#5.2 In which my work begins

8:47 am. parked beside road. How distraught all evil doers must be, to know I am perched here, seeking them out. How sorry they shall be when i nab them in the bosom. A pox on Capt Ojoro for giving … Continue reading

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#5.1: The police Diaries: In which I introduce myself

My name is Chukwudi Justice Okoro. Justice is my middle name. I am a policeman. I am the law. Abuja is my city and I will take you down. Forget everything you’ve heard: If you break the law, you will … Continue reading

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