The Head, Enugu zonal office of the commission , Mr Usman Imam, disclosed this while fielding questions from journalists at a press conference in Enugu on the commission’s collaboration with the United States of America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation.
He said the commission had established prima facie cases against the suspects, which they would answer to.
Imam said the only property traced to Obi was a hospital, while the remaining property were traced to the former governor, his wife and daughter. “We hope to get permanent forfeiture orders on the property in order to return them to the people of the state,” he said.
While the EFCC zonal head said the suspects would soon be rounded up, he disclosed that a total of N213.8 million and another $10,600 had been recovered from the crime suspects.
Imam said that out of the number, 66 suspects were convicted while 86 had their cases pending in court.
He disclosed that the commission had identified 10 persons in the FBI’s list in the zone and were working to get them arrested.