In a two-page letter to CSC-NCR director Myrna V. Macatangay, Dimagiba said he is unable to discharge the functions of his office.
His lawyer, Paris Real, said that contrary to the claim of CAAP director general Ruben F. Giron, Dimagiba did not forcibly enter the CAAP premises last Feb. 15 as he was accompanied by CSC Field Office supervising personnel Margarita Reyes.
Dimagiba was accompanied by officials of Barangay 195 and policemen sent by Senior Inspector Lerpon D. Platon, Pasay City Police Community Precinct 9 chief, upon his request for the smooth implementation of the reinstatement directive.
Dimagiba was dismissed in May 2009 on allegations of misconduct for his approval of the issuance of operating permit to One Sky Aviation Services, Inc.
The CSC overturned the dismissal noting that the Special Hearing and Adjudication Board created by Giron had no authority to suspend or dismiss a deputy director general of CAAP since such power was vested solely on the Board of Directors of CAAP.