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EFCC Declares CEO and COO of Vetifly, an Helicopter-booking Company Wanted for Fraud

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Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has declared wanted the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Emmanuel Wisdom Okoh and Chief Operating Officer and board member, Angel Odumodu of Vetifly Global Inc.

The anti-graft agency in a public notice on Wednesday, displaying the photographs of the wanted persons, said, “The public is hereby notified that the persons whose photographs appear above are wanted by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in an alleged case of Conspiracy, Stealing and Obtaining Money by False Pretense linked to their company – Vetifly Global Inc.

“Odumodu is 36 years old, and his last known address is: Plot 6, ELM Street, Osbourne Forshore Estate, Phase 2, Ikoyi, Lagos State.

“Okoh, 37, was last seen at Plot 6, ELM Street, Osbourne Forshore Estate, Phase 2, Ikoyi, Lagos State.”

Vetifly says on its website that it offers helicopter ride services that include intercity shuttle, intracity shuttle, sightseeing experience, and helicopter charter. It also claims to offer private jet charter and luxury pickups.

“We also offer direct flights to bespoke locations of your choice,” it claims.

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