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EFCC declares Rivers’ Chief Alatoru wanted for N200m fraud

EFCC declares Rivers’ Chief Alatoru wanted for N200m fraud


The Economic and Financial  Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared Chief Jonathan Alatoru, Chief Executive, Chemotronics Nigeria Limited, Plot 3 Joe Alatoru Drive, Rumuokwuta, Port Harcourt, wanted is wanted in connection with a case of conspiracy, forgery and obtaining money under false pretence to the tune of Two Hundred Million Naira (N200 million).

Alatoru was awarded a contract by the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs Abuja for the construction of a Skill Acquistion Centre at Igualeba, Orionmwon LGA, Edo State to the tune of N1.7 billion, with twelve month completion period. But after 18 months of non performance, the contract was terminated in 2011.

EFCC declares Rivers’ Chief Alatoru wanted for N200m fraud
Chief Jonathan Alatoru declared wanted by EFCC

Despite the termination, the suspect allegedly forged letters purported to have emanated from Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs which he used in securing a N200million Loan from a new generation bank.

Alatoru is 5.8m tall, 55 years old and fair in complexion. He speaks English and Okrika fluently.

His last known address is Suite 27, Silla Eka Plaza, 29, Adebayo Adedeji Crescent, off Ajose Adeogun Street, Utako District, Abuja.

Anybody having useful information as to his whereabouts should contact the Commission in its Enugu, Kano, Lagos, Gombe, Port Harcourt and Abuja offices or through these numbers 09-4604620, 070-26350721,070-26350722,070-26350723,070-6350724,070-26350725;  e-mail address: info@efccnigeria.org or the nearest Police Station and other security agencies.