EFCC Charges Okorocha with N2.9 billion Theft
The Economic and Financial Crime Commission has charged Nigerian senator and former governor of Imo State, Rochas Okoroacha with allegations he conspired with others, including an APC politician and five companies, to steal N2.9 billion public coffers. PREMIUM TIMES reports.
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