First of all, go through the following article.
By Ada Owojela
The sacked managing director of Oceanic Bank, Mrs. Cecilia Ibru, this afternoon surrendered herself to the officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commision, contrary to earlier reports that she had fled to the United States of America, through Benin Republic.
Sources told P.M.News this afternoon, that Mrs. Ibru at about 2.30 p.m reported at the EFCC headquarters in Lagos, along with five persons, effectively debunking stories that she was not in Nigeria.
Her Nigerian passport was said to have been seized when she attempted to escape from Nigeria on Monday last week, three days after she was sacked.
Operatives of the State Security Service SSS, foiled her first escape bid and seized her passport. She was said to have attempted to escape in a private jet owned by a top debtor of her bank.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), had declared Ibru and the sacked managing director of Intercontinental Bank, Erastus Akingbola, wanted following their refusal to report to the anti-graft agency as directed.
After playing hide and seek with the EFCC, feigning illness and going to court to restrain EFCC from arresting her, she eventually surfaced today.
P.M.News also gathered that Mrs. Ibru and Erastus Akingbola had mounted some pressure on the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, to ask him to intervene.
The sacking of the top five bank chiefs by the CBN, following the revelation that hundreds of billions of naira were obtained as loans from the banks and were not paid, has continued to generate ripples even as the EFCC tightens the noose on the debtors.
Already, 14 top bank executives are in EFCC’s net and may soon be arraigned in connection with the fraud they allegedly perpetrated.
This morning, officials of the EFCC in various groups also went round Lagos, in search of debtors. The deadline given them, to pay up expired yesterday.
For years, Mrs Ibru and Mr Erastus Akingbola were busy fleecing the public in the name of running a bank, recently , Our new dynamic CBN governor went after five of them and exposed their evil to the public, in the article above , Mrs Ibru and Mr Akingbola are requesting the chief mafia of the RCCG church ( Pastor E.A Adeboye) to[b] intervene[/b].
Of course that word intervene is quite ambiguous , it has so many meanings,
1, It could mean, Intercede for us in prayers,
2, use your earthly connection to assist us and make judgement favor us,
3, Return the 10% of the money we have been paying as tithes and other ones we gave you as gift as our spiritual intercessor when we were fleecing the masses,
In any case, it is obvious that pastor Adeboye is a good share holder of the stolen money.
having that of tithes alone in mind, if the dubious bank CEOs are found guilty and are required to return their loots,
will pastor adeoye be required to return his own share of the stolen money ?