The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC has recovered items worth millions of Naira from a large warehouse located on Nnamdi Azikiwe Road Bye Pass, Kaduna purportedly belonging to a former Comptroller General of Nigeria Customs Service, Abdullahi Dikko Inde.
The EFCC said in a statement by its spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, that “Operatives of the Commission’s Kaduna Zonal office acting on intelligence stormed the facility on Tuesday February 28 and executed a search warrant which led to the recovery of the following items:”
- 42 brand new customized yellow-coloured tricycles
- 16 brand new cargo motorcycles
- 1 brand new white 32-seater Nissan civilian bus
- 1 MAN Diesel Truck
- 515 brand new imported rugs of different colours and sizes
- Two metal bullet proof safe with the sum of N 1,565 ( one thousand five hundred sixty five thousand Naira only)
- Documents of transactions in different currencies within and outside the country.
The operation comes on the heels of similar discovery of 17 exotic vehicles in a property belonging to the former Customs Boss.
The anti-graft commission had last week Wednesday announced the recovery of 17 “exotic vehicles” from Mr. Dikko who retired as Customs boss in 2015.
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Two days later, Justice S. M. Shuaibu of the Federal High Court in Kaduna gave an interim order, forfeiting the 17 vehicles to the federal government.