The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has seized the passport of chief executive officer of Air Peace, Allen Onyema over alleged bank fraud and money laundering in the US.

Newsmen report that Onyema’s passports will be in custody of the anti-graft commission as investigations continue and his movements, temporarily restricted.

Onyema’s passports will be in custody of the anti-graft commission as investigations continue and his movements, temporarily restricted.

Recall that Onyema was indicted alongside Ejiroghene Eghagha, the airline’s chief of administration and finance, who is said to have committed aggravated identity theft in connection with the scheme.

A US court was also reported to have issued a warrant to arrest Onyema and authorised US marshals service to bring him into custody.

The commission was said to have invited the airline boss on his involvement in the alleged scam.

 


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