Shogbesan Ajoke Bolanle (No 10 Church Road, Sabon-Gari, Kano), Dekunle Abiodun Runsewe (No 10 Church Road, Sabon-Gari, Kano) and Victoria Ishaya (Block No. 46, Room C, Army Barrack) are wanted in case of Conspiracy, Criminal Breach of Trust and Fraudulent Transfer of Funds. The principal suspect, Shogbesan Ajoke Bolanle, a banker allegedly connived with eight others to fraudulently transfer millions of naira from a customer’s account. While three members of the gang have been apprehended and arraigned, the three above are at large. 38-year-old Shogbesan and 46-year-old Runsewe both hail from Ogun State and speak Yoruba and English Languages ﬂuently. Ishaya is 33 years old.
Adamu Abibu Adamu is wanted for his complicity in a case of Obtaining by False Pretence and Diversion of Funds. The suspect, a Bureau de Change operator, allegedly received the sum of N18million from the complainants but did not give them the dollars requested or return their money. He remains at large, and all eﬀorts to apprehend him have proven futile. 43-year old Adamu hails from Yobe State and speaks Hausa and English Languages ﬂuently. His last known address is No. 26 Ogundimu Street, Otto, Ebutte Metta, Lagos.
Mr and Mrs Nwachukwu are wanted in a case of criminal conspiracy, obtaining money under false pretence and fraud.
The couple, both directors of Hec-Davies Oil & Gas Limited and Hec-Davies Ventures respectively, under the guise of being into the business of diesel supply, swindled unsuspecting investors of sums totalling about N99million. They were arrested and released on bail, but later absconded.