The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has frozen 30 bank accounts linked to Ngozi Olojeme, the chairman of the Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) from 2009 to 2015 based on the allegation that she diverted $48m (N68bn).
The commission placed a post no debit order on 30 accounts traced to Olojeme. “She has about 26 accounts with First Bank and four at Guaranty Trust Bank. The accounts have been frozen pending investigations,” the source said. The freezing of Olojeme’s bank accounts is coming less than three months after the EFCC seized 37 properties traced to her. :