- Akpodemaye Ikolo, Donald Olorunkoyede, Owootomo Tomilola Sunday and Okuafiaka Bright Onyebuchi were wanted by the EFCC
- The Anti-Transplant Commission on Monday, November 22, accused suspects of crimes bordering on fraud
- The agency issued a statement advising Nigerians to report any suspects if they come in contact with them < / strong>
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has asked Nigerians to help locate four suspects who are being wanted for alleged fraud. < / p>
The agency declared on its official Facebook page on Monday, November 22nd, the wanted suspects as Akpodemaye Ikolo, Donald Olorunkoyede, Owootomo Tomilola Sunday and Okuafiaka Bright Onyebuchi.
EFCC stated that the suspects are being investigated for crimes committed to Betr ug limits. The commission asked anyone with useful information about the whereabouts of the wanted men to go to one of their offices across the country.
The post however, the EFCC has received mixed reactions from Nigerians.
Cardinal Emmanuel Orji said:
“Send me airtime that I will use and give you a call if I see them. “
” God willing, you will catch them soon. “
Sadiq Aliyyu said:
“Do you pay after providing the useful information?”
Sadeeque Adam Sardauna said:
“Put a bounty and you will get it fast, people are fed up with working for free.” < / blockquote>
Abbas Musa said:
“You are not doing the bare minimum, our street is full of Yahoo guys, but you are not doing anything about it.”
EFCC arrests man for $ 200,000 bitcoin scam in Lagos
A statement posted on the Anti-Transplant Agency website on Friday, April 12th. November, indicates that Omonkhoa struck out on Monday 8 November in the Ikoyi area of Lagos after credible information was received about his illegal activities.
The arrested suspect allegedly posing as Moshem Cnich, a Swedish citizen, in order to defraud unsuspecting victims of their hard earned money by claiming he be a Bitcoin system drives, where people invest money to generate huge returns.
EFCC grills Obi Cubana
In a related development, the EFCC invited Obi Cubana and taunted him for alleged money laundering and tax fraud.
He was released on Thursday evening November 4th after spending three nights in the custody of the Commission.
< p class = "align-left"> It is unclear whether the recent interrogation of Obi Cubana by the EFCC had anything to do with Omonkhoa’s alleged fraud.