(1) Any person who‐
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(a) corruptly asks for, receives or obtains any property or benefit of any kind for himself or any other person; or
(b) corruptly agrees or attempts to receive or obtain any property or benefit of any kind for himself or any other person,
on account of‐
(i) anything already done or omitted, or any favour or disfavour already shown to any person, by a public official (as defined in section 98D of this Code) in the discharge of his official duties or in relation to any matter connected with the functions, affairs or business of a government department, public body or other organisation or institution in which the public official is serving as such; or
(ii) anything to be afterwards done or omitted, or any favour or disfavour to be afterwards shown to any person, by a public official in the discharge of his official duties or in relation to any such matter as aforesaid,
is guilty of the felony of official corruption and is liable to imprisonment for seven years.
(2) In any proceedings for an offence under this section of this Code it shall not be necessary to
(a) that any public official counselled the commission of the offence; or
(b) that in the course of committing the offence the accused mentioned any particular public official; or
(c) that (in a case to which subsection (1) (ii) of this section is relevant) the accused believed
that any public official would do, make or show the act, omission, favour or disfavour in question; or
(d) that the accused intended to give the property or benefit in question, or any part thereof, to a public official.
Section 98B of the Criminal Code Act in Nigeria