The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has announced the previous Administrator of Nigeria Social Protection Put stock in Store, NSITF, Mrs Ngozi Juliet Olejeme and the previous Overseeing Executive of the Reserve, Mr Umar Munir Abubakar needed.
The couple were announced needed for a claimed instance of criminal intrigue, manhandle of office, preoccupation of open assets and illegal tax avoidance.
Additionally on the rundown of people proclaimed needed for claimed economic crimes are Mrs Ittu Affiong Theresa Tommy, an essential suspect in two instances of extortion, Aide Prof. Olufunmilade Adeyemi, Haruna Adamu Gazau, Jennifer Timinipre Turnah, two Chinese, Liang Zhang, Junyuang Jiang, and Christopher Ejike Achebe.
EFCC in a post on its site expressed that Olejeme and the previous overseeing chief fumbled and redirected well finished N69billion government reserves into their own records through the honor of suspicious and false contracts to intermediary organizations.
“Olejeme has declined to respect rehashed solicitations from the Commission. The reasonable cleaned presume hails from Asaba, Oshimili South LGA of Delta State and communicates in English and Igbo dialects ﬂuently, while her last known address is No 14 J.F. Kennedy Road, Asokoro, Abuja,” the distribution peruses.
Adeyemi, who is the Overseeing Chief of Stealth Gatherings Restricted, was pronounced needed over an instance of getting by affectation and preoccupation of assets.
Tommy was asserted to have gotten about N1billion from an administration organization as installment for contracts, which she neglected to appropriately execute.
She was asserted to have falsely gathered flying machine parts worth $1,416,000 from a Russian organization and dodged installment and also declined to respect the Commission’s welcome.
“In any case, quickly after his discharge on July 4, 2017, he declined to answer to the commission. All endeavors to capture and create him in court, to confront criminal allegations under the watchful eye of Equity Shuaibu Lawan of the Government High Court, Kaduna, have demonstrated failed.
“The Chinese, Liang Zhang, Junyuang Jiang and Christopher Ejike Achebe of Wear Jack Global, joined EFCC’s needed rundown as a result of their inclusion in a charged instance of criminal scheme and acquiring cash under falsifications to the tune of N150million,” the distribution additionally expressed.