The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) declared Margaret Dumbiri Emefiele, wife of Godwin Emefiele, the beleaguered former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), wanted yesterday.
The anti-graft agency also declared Eric Ocheme Odoh (m), Jonathan Omoile (m), and Anita Joy Omoile (f) wanted.
The EFCC wants Anita Omoile, her husband Jonathan Omoile, Eric Odoh, and Margaret Emefiele for their roles in a conspiracy to convert large sums of money controlled by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
The agency accuses them of breaking Sections 411, 287, and 314 of the Lagos State Criminal Law, as well as stealing and gaining money through deception.
It asked anyone with knowledge of the whereabouts of the individuals on its wanted list to contact any of its offices or call 08093322644.
According to the EFCC declaration, “The EFCC is seeking Eric Ocheme Odoh, Margaret Dumbiri Emefiele, Anita Joy Omoile, and Jonathan Omoile for offenses that may be considered financial and economic crimes.”
Any updates on their location? Please get in touch with the closest police station or EFCC command.
The following notice is being sent to the public: “The people whose mugshots appear above are wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) for allegedly plotting with Godwin Emefiele, a former Central Bank of Nigeria, to convert large sums of money that belong to the Federal Government of Nigeria and commit felonies, such as obtaining money through deception and stealing that is prohibited by sections 411, 287, and 314 of the Lagos State Criminal Law.”
The wanted poster was released in the midst of Godwin Emefiele’s current judicial processes. He is accused of defrauding the government out of ₦1.8 billion and $6.2 million.
Emefiele is accused of impersonating the Secretary in the most recent revised allegation, which was brought before Justice Hamza Muazu of the Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja.
Emefiele is accused of impersonating as the Secretary to the Government of the Federation in order to obtain $6.2 million illegally in the most recent revised charge, which was brought before Justice Hamza Muazu of the Federal Capital Territory High Court in Abuja.
The EFCC asserts that Emefiele got the funds from the CBN under false pretenses in cooperation with Odoh Ocheme, claiming the SGF had requested them.