– The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has recovered seventeen exotic vehicles
– The vehicles were recovered in a warehouse owned by the former Comptroller General of Customs, Abdullahi Dikko Inde
– The warehouse is located at Nnamdi Azikwe street, Kaduna
The EFCC has recovered seventeen exotic vehicles in a warehouse owned by the former Comptroller General of Customs, Abdullahi Dikko Inde.
The recovery was sequel to an intelligence the commission received that stolen money and properties suspected to proceeds of crime were being stored in the warehouse.
Upon receipt of the intelligence, a team of operatives from the Kano Zonal Office were deployed to carry out the investigation.
On arrival at the location, two individuals who were discovered to be the custodians of the property, Dantala Mohammed and Ahmed Balarabe were presented with a search warrant.
Upon executing the search warrant, a total of seventeen amongst them brand new cars, shuttle busses and SUVs were discovered.
Consequently, the vehicles and the two individuals who are now also suspects in the investigation were conveyed to the commission’s zonal offices in Kaduna and Kano respectively for further investigation which revealed that the warehouse in question actually belongs to the former customs boss.
Investigation is still ongoing and the two suspects arrested are in custody.
Meanwhile, the former minister of state for defence, Musiliu Obanikoro and his family have filed a suit against the EFCC.
The Obanikoros asked the court to make a declaration that the forceful seizure of their personal effects constitutes gross violation to their rights.
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