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Security Guards At Venue Of Nigerian Asake’s UK Concert Regularly Took Bribes – Whistleblower Reports

A whistleblower on Tuesday alleged that some security guards at the O2 Brixton Academy in London, UK regularly accepted bribes to allow people into shows without tickets.

O2 Brixton Academy was the venue of Asake, a fast-rising Nigerian Artiste, in London, where there was a crush leading to the death of two persons and injuries for others in last December 2022.

It was reported that ticketless fans and supporters attempted to breach the gates, resulting to a crush forcing the sold-out show to come to a halt halfway.

The whistleblower who is a security guard, told newsmen that some members of his team would each allow “a couple of hundred” extra people into venues in exchange for cash.

The guard stated, “There were people taking money. Some staff made £1,000 cash,”

“Our company knew what was going on and they knew the people who were doing it and they did nothing about it.” He said.

The security guard revealed that he was working on the front doors when the tragic incident happened on the 15th of December, 2022 and that he witnessed what happened.

Explaining further how the security were bribed, he revealed that someone wanting to get into a concert would had to approach security staff first, stationed near the barriers that controlled the queue of people waiting to get in.

He added, “They [some AP Security staff] will tell you a few things, [then you] go round the corner, give them a lot of cash and they will walk you straight in the front door.”



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