A suspicion that Abdullahi Dikko, former comptroller-general of Nigeria Customs Service, funneled hefty sums of monies into ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s re-election led to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC raiding of his Abuja home on Friday. Dikko voluntarily retired on August 3, 2015, before which the NCS allegedly engaged in curious expenditures. He and his wife were said to be away when the EFCC operatives, accompanied by some policemen, arrived his house to conduct a search, which reportedly lasted over four hours. Dikko’s children, who were the only occupants of the house at the time of the raid, were said to have allowed the operatives full access. The EFCC has not made any official statement as to whether or not it found incriminating evidence against Dikko.
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