6 most wanted people in Nigeria by the EFCC (photos)

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) updates its website regularly as regards news and people currently being investigated or wanted for fraud.

We brings you some of the people most wanted for crimes by the EFCC as posted on their website and their photos:

1. Aisha Shettima
Aisha Shettima is one of the many bankers convicted and on the run from the EFCC
Aisha Nur Shettima who is also known as Yagana Ibrahim Bukar is wanted by the EFCC for money laundering.

On November 14, 2016, Nur, a former banker, was convicted (in absentia) on a 10 count charge of money laundering and forgery.

2. Durojaiye Ishola

Durojaiye Ishola is wanted for stealing

Durojaiye Ishola was born on November 12, 1970. The 47-year-old man is from Oyo state and wanted by the EFCC for conspiracy, forgery and stealing.

His last known address is 36, Mushin Road, Aye Bus-Stop, Isolo, Lagos.

3. Godwin Etim

Godwin Etim is wanted by the EFCC

The public is hereby notified that Godwin Etim whose photograph appears above, is wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for illegally dealing on petroleum products.

4. Shogbesan Ajoke Bolanle

Ajoke Bolanle is part of a team, most of who are currently on the run

Shogbesan Ajoke Bolanle who lived at No 10 Church Road, Sabon-Gari, Kano, is wanted in a case which involves conspiracy, criminal breach of trust and fraudulent transfer of funds.

The 38-year-old banker allegedly connived with eight others to fraudulently transfer millions of naira from a customer’s account.

5. Dekunle Abiodun Runsewe

Runsewe has been accused of conspiracy

46-year-old Dekunle Abiodun Runsewe who lived at No 10 Church Road, Sabon-Gari, Kano, is wanted in a case which involves conspiracy, criminal breach of trust and fraudulent transfer of funds.

6. Victoria Ishaya

Victoria Ishaya is part of an eight-man conspiracy

33-year-old Victoria Ishaya who lived at No 10 Church Road, Sabon-Gari, Kano, is wanted in a case which involves conspiracy, criminal breach of trust and fraudulent transfer of funds.

Meanwhile, we recently made a video of a former NNPC director arrested for fraud, watch the video below:

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