EFCC Arrests 58 Oil Thieves In Port Harcourt (Photos)

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Port Harcourt’s
Zonal Office, has commenced investigation of 58 suspected oil thieves;
four Vessels, one Barge and two wooden Boats allegedly involved in
illegal oil bunkering. .

The suspects and Vessels were handed
over to the EFCC by the Nigerian Navy Ship (NNS) Pathfinder for further
investigation and possible prosecution.

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The suspects are: Daniel
Faviel Flores, a Mexican; Khrstoliubov Victor, an Ukranian and 56
Nigerian suspects: Umoh Emmanuel Etim; Aliu Dominic; Okwong Effiong
Ukpong; Talick Uche Epuk; Okon Emmanuel Sunday; Ebenezer Marshal;
Awuletey Okon; George Obomate; Johnbull Uroro; Alphonomsus Augustine
Ufot; Jerome Adele-ekun; Mathew Jacob; Okoye Kachi Fred; Johnwill
Austin Omubo; Utibe Peter George; Dickson Amadi; Uzi Chibueze Benard;
Israel Essien; Job Wilfred; Emmanuel Joseph Ohwimu; Chinedu Nwachukwu
Opara; Pascal Chinedu Nnaji; Okechukwu Chukwueke; Peter Ogar;
Olatunji Julius Adedokun; Alabede Maruf Olakunle and Origbo Tekevwe
Godwill.

Others are: Evakpo David; Mbachu Kelvin Okechukwu;
Nebeire Onyekachi Philip; Akanbi Oluwaseun Moses; Wonodi Chisom Wisdom;
Prince Austine Anyor; Anjorin Rasheed Babatunde and Iffi Francis
Chuka, .

The rest are: Tom Wisdom Udo; Fasina Isaac Kehinde;
Edo Nsongurua; Cookey Fubara; Ayoka Joseph; Benson Nwaya; Akinfenwa
Mike; Ahmed A Shehu; Okojie Favour Osahon: John Flash; Edward Modunwa;
Eyione Alex; Onyeneke Wisdom Udoka; Nwokeke Wisdom Udoka; Nwokeke
Michael S.U; Anyasi Joshua Ikechukwu; Edward Atorkemo Harrison;
Ekpeno Benjamin; Rafi Nura Sani, Thompson Deezua and Edwin Ekpoto
Omaretshogunwa.

It was alleged that the suspects were on board
the Vessels when they were intercepted at different dates and locations
in Port Harcourt, Rivers State for alleged illegal oil bunkering
activities.

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