EFCC Declares 4 Fraudster Wanted
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission; EFCC has declared four young men wanted, and their names are Akpodemaye Ikolo, Donald Olorunkoyede, Owootomo Tomilola Sunday, and Okuafiaka Bright Onyebuchi.
The anti-graft commission on Monday, November 22, accused the suspects of offences bordering on fraud
The agency in a statement advised Nigerians to report any of the suspects when they come in contact with them
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has solicited the help of Nigerians in locating four suspects who are wanted for alleged fraud.
The agency on its official Facebook page on Monday, November 22, declared the wanted suspects as Akpodemaye Ikolo, Donald Olorunkoyede, Owootomo Tomilola Sunday, and Okuafiaka Bright Onyebuchi.
EFCC declared Akpodemaye Ikolo, Donald Olorunkoyede, Owootomo Tomilola Sunday, and Okuafiaka Bright Onyebuchi wanted. Photo credit: Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
EFCC stated that the suspects are being investigated for offences bordering on fraud. The commission asked anybody with useful information about the wanted men’s whereabouts to contact any of its offices across the nation.
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