The Economic and Financial crimes commission has frozen 30 bank accounts tied to Dr. Ngozi Olojeme, the deputy chairman, Finance committee of the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign organization in the 2015 general elections.
This is arising barely 3 months after 37 houses linked to Olojeme were seized by the anti-graft commission. Olojeme was the chairman of the Nigerian social insurance trust fund from 2009 to 2015.
A source at the EFCC revealed that “She has about 26 accounts with First Bank and four at Guaranty Trust Bank. The accounts have been frozen pending investigations.”
It was also gathered that she placed a ‘Post No Debit’ order on 30 accounts.The 37 properties seized from here are located in Abuja, Bayelsa, Enugu and Delta.
The property seizures are part of investigations into allegations that she and other senior officials of the NSITF diverted $48 million.