– EFCC has declared former NSITF chairman Dr. Ngozi Olejeme wanted over N69 billion fraud
– Olejeme was said to have refused to honour the invitations extended to her by EFCC to answer questions relating to the alleged fraud
– The commission said that Olejeme alongside with ex-MD of the agency, Umar Abubakar diverted the sum to their personal accounts
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) has declared the former chairman of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF), Dr. Ngozi Juliet Olejeme wanted over alleged N69 billion fraud.
NAIJ.com gathered that EFCC through its Facebook page said that Dr. Olejeme along with one Mr. Umar Munir Abubakar, who was the former Managing Director of NSITF, mismanaged and diverted well over N69 billion government funds into their personal accounts through the award of suspicious and bogus contracts to proxy companies.
The commission also noted that Olejeme has refused to honour its repeated invitations for her to answer some questions relating to the fraud.
The statement read: “The public is hereby notified that Dr. (Mrs.) Ngozi Juliet Olejeme, whose photograph appears above, is wanted in a case of criminal conspiracy, abuse of oﬃce, diversion of public funds and money laundering.
“The former Chairman of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) is alleged to have, along with Mr Umar Munir Abubakar, the former Managing Director of NSITF, mismanaged and diverted well over N69billion government funds into their personal accounts through the award of suspicious and bogus contracts to proxy companies.
“Olejeme has refused to honour repeated invitations from the Commission.
“The fair-skinned suspect hails from Asaba, Oshimili South LGA of Delta state and speaks English and Igbo languages ﬂuently.
“Her last known address is No 14 J.F. Kennedy Street, Asokoro, Abuja.
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“Anybody having useful information as to her whereabouts should contact the Commission in its Enugu, Kano, Lagos, Gombe, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Maidugri offices.
“If you have information, contact our oﬃces or through these numbers: 0809 3322 644 (0809 EFCC NIG), 08183322644 (0818 EFCC NIG).”
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had previously reported that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) discovered two mansions belonging to Diezani Alison-Madueke, former minister of petroleum resources.
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