The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has reportedly made a bold move against Dr Ngozi Olojeme, former Chairman of the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund in the ongoing N62.3 billion fraud case against her.
According to operatives of the anti-graft agancy, a total of 30 bank accounts linked back to the former political office holder has been frozen with no less tjan 37 assets belonging to her seized by the anti-graft agency.
Additional information revealed that the EFCC also uncovered Dr. Ngozi Olojeme’s state of the art bathroom which is estimated to cost between $2 million to $4 million.
The action by the EFCC comes after the agency earlier linked no less than 38 houses to Olojeme.
TheNation newspaper reports that the EFCC uncovered a luxurt bathroom suspected to cost between $2million and $4 million in one of the houses located at No. 25, Kainji Crescent, Off Lake Chad Crescent, Maitama , Abuja.
The uncovered properties and frozen bank accounts comes as part of the crackdown launched by the agency in the ongoing probe into the sum of N62.3billion fraud which rocked the NSITF.
The ex-NSITF who has been credited to have moved the sum of $48,485,127 was grilled by the EFCC in January has been placed on administrative bail with a responsibility to report fortnightly for interaction although the EFCC admitted that she is yet to confess to any of the alleged crimes.