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32-seater Nissan bus
Its just about few days ago that the Economic and Financial
Crimes Commission (EFCC) recovered about 17 exotic cars from one warehouse allegedly
belong to a former comptroller-general of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), Abdullahi Dikko Inde. Yesterday,
February 28, 2017, another set of automobiles, motorcycles and tricycles, have
been allegedly clutched from his grip.

According to The Nation, the second operation was carried
out between Monday, February 27 and Tuesday, February 28 in a different
warehouse said to be owned by the former customs boss.
The new discoveries includes 42 Cargo tricycles, 16
motorcycles, one 2013 model 32-seater Nissan bus, over 500 rug carpets ,one
tipper truck and two fire-proof safes which houses some documents, N50 and N20
notes that amounts to N1,560, an iron stamp and polythene bags.
According to the report, Bappa Ibrahim who is the zonal head
of EFCC in Kaduna, said that the anti-graft agency swung into action following
a tip-off.
Bappa confirmed that the customs boss is currently under investigations
and that the second set of chattels were recovered from another warehouse, located
off Nnamdi Azikwe expressway, NASFAT 
village area in Igabi local government
area, Kaduna state.

He said: The fresh operation, which started on
Monday, 27th February, 2017 till today is a continuation of last week
operation, which led to recovery of 17 exotic vehicles.
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