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Customs official exchanges clearance for bribe

Tema Harbour is where most imported goods into the country pass through. After going through the process of clearing your goods, the final checks are done by these officials who must give clearance that indeed whatever went on in the process of clearing was intact and corresponds to what is declared on paper. The officials who conduct the final checks accept money hence, they do not really cross check before giving the pass.

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Klarity
13 days ago

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After going through the process of clearing your goods, the final checks are done by these officials who must give clearance that indeed whatever went on in the process of clearing was intact and corresponds to what is declared on paper. The officials who conduct the final checks accept money hence, they do not really cross check before giving the pass. An official can be seen taking money. He actually refuses to take the money at first because it was too small according to him but after a little persuasion, he gladly accepts it and the man is seen happily running to take his goods out. The official pockets the money and goes on to the next agent in the waiting line

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