N40bn: Gov’t accusing me because I refuse to join them in politics – Dikko Inde
N40bn fraud: Dikko Inde revealed why gov’t is after him
Erstwhile Comproller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, Mr. Abdullahi Inde Dikko, on Wednesday, faulted his inclusion in the list of alleged looters released by the Federal Government.
Customs boss, Dikko The former customs boss denied his alleged involvement in the looting of about N40billion as was claimed in the second list of alleged looters that was recently released by the Minister of Information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed.
In a statement that was released on his behalf in Abuja by a group under the aegis of Committee of Concerned Customs Officers, CCCO, Dikko, said he served and retired voluntarily in 2015 without blemish.
He insisted that with the automation of the revenue collection process of the NCS, it was impossible for anyoneto divert the services’ revenue under any guise.
Dikko attributed his travails to some interested groups, who he said were bent on maligning his name having tried unsuccessfully to drag him into partisan politics.
“With the reforms Dikko introduced, the process of revenue collection is now water-tight and absolutely shielded from manipulation and unauthorised access by anybody, no matter how highly placed.