EFCC Declares Delta Siblings Wanted for Alleged N330 Million Fraud


The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared two siblings from Delta State wanted for their alleged involvement in a fraud amounting to N330 million. The EFCC’s move to declare them wanted is part of its ongoing efforts to bring individuals implicated in financial misconduct to justice.

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According to a statement issued by the EFCC spokesperson, Wilson Uwujaren, and made available to journalists in Warri, Delta State, on Friday, the individuals in question are 55-year-old Faith Onoja and 44-year-old Emmanuel Onoja, both hailing from the Ughelli South Local Government Area of Delta State.


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The EFCC statement provides specific details regarding their last known addresses. Faith Onoja’s last known address is described as “Close to Celestial Church, Ekrovie new layout, old Egini road, Orhuehorun, Delta State.” Meanwhile, Emmanuel Onoja’s last known address is stated as “No 6. Jasmison Street, NPDC/ND Western Estate, Effurun, Delta State.”


The EFCC has urged individuals with any useful information about the whereabouts of Faith and Emmanuel Onoja to promptly contact the commission’s offices nationwide. This declaration of the siblings as wanted by the EFCC underscores the agency’s commitment to pursuing justice and holding individuals accountable for financial wrongdoing.


The EFCC, as a law enforcement agency, plays a crucial role in investigating and prosecuting cases of economic and financial crimes in . The declaration of Faith and Emmanuel Onoja as wanted individuals is another step towards ensuring that those involved in fraudulent activities face the consequences of their actions.

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As the investigation unfolds and further information comes to light, the EFCC remains dedicated to upholding the principles of transparency, accountability, and justice in the financial sector. The public’s cooperation and assistance in providing information regarding the whereabouts of these wanted individuals are vital in bringing them to justice and reinforcing the fight against financial crimes in the country.

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