The Head, Enugu Zonal Office of the commission, Mr Usman Imam, disclosed this on Wednesday in Enugu while briefing newsmen on the activities of the commission in the last eight months.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says that a traced to a former Imo governor Rochas Okorocha and his wife, the (EFCC) orders for the interim forfeiture of assets of the state.
Imam said that the commission also obtained a similar order on a property traced to a former aide to Okorocha, Mr Paschal Obi, and the former governor’s daughter.
He said that the commission had established prima facie cases against the suspects which they would answer to.
The EFCC chief said that while the hospital was traced to Obi, the remaining property was traced to the former governor and his family, including his wife and daughter.
“We hope to get permanent forfeiture orders on the property in order to return them to the people of the state,” he said.
“Other property recovered were made and are awaiting forfeiture, but for the court vacation. They include a twin three-story building with a three-bedroom bungalow and a duplex, both in Enugu.
Imam said that all the facilities, including the schools, would remain functional as the commission would not like to shut them down for the sake of the students and other users.
Other recoveries were made and are awaiting forfeiture, but for the court vacation. They include a twin three-story building with a three-bedroom bungalow and a duplex, both in Enugu. “
The property was recovered from cyber fraudsters,” he said.
Imam said that the commission, within the period, recovered N213.85 million and 10, 600 US dollars.