EFCC Declares 23 Persons Wanted Over Bank Fraud, Other Crimes

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared 23 Nigerians wanted over sundry criminal offenses bordering on bank fraud, conspiracy, forgery and stealing.

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On the anti-graft agency’s list of those declared wanted are Obi James Chukwudi (Lagos), Adebowale Mutiu Olamide (Lagos), Ogunyemi Paul Yinka (Lagos), Ogundele Babalola (Lagos), Fasanya Kole Francis (Lagos), Saka Oluwatosin (Lagos), Duru Henshaw Ode(Lagos), Durojaiye Olasunkanmi Ishola (Lagos) and Lukmon Ajani (Lagos).

Others are Ayodele Durojaiye (Lagos), Desmond Chime Opara (Lagos), Bube Okorodudu (Lagos), Tari James Sekibo (Rivers), Kari Theresa Sekibo (Rivers), Elfreda Lolo Sekibo (Rivers), Hassan Balogun (Lagos), Stanley Ikenna Ibezim (Lagos), Owoyemi Bukola (Lagos), Jinadu Edris (Lagos), Tanimowo Fatai (Lagos), Fakorede John Taye, (Lagos), Dada Oluwafemi (Lagos) and Akinlamilo Akinlere (Lagos).

A statement containing the photograph of the wanted persons and signed by EFCC’s head of media and publicity, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren urged anybody with useful information as to their whereabouts to contact the commission in its Enugu, Kano, Lagos, Gombe, Port Harcourt and Abuja office.

Source:Leadership

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