The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has seized no fewer than 97 property from different individuals in the past four years.
The list of seized assets include 33 buildings, plots of land and a factory forfeited to the Federal Government by a former accountant with the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board(JAMB), Dr Jimoh Olatunde.
The anti-graft agency disclosed these to newsmen yesterday in response to a Freedom of Information request.
Olatunde is the prosecution witness in a case of official corruption and abuse of office brought against Professor Dibu Ojerinde, a former head of the National Examination Council (NECO) and later JAMB registrar.
The ex-JAMB accountant was believed to have acted as proxy for Ojerinde.
The ICPC in an 18-count accused Ojerinde of diverting public funds estimated at about 5.2 billion naira while he was the head of NECO and JAMB.
Olatunde, who was also the Deputy Director and Head of Treasury, NECO, revealed how Ojerinde allegedly diverted 341.9 million naira from the examination body to set up a personal printing press, school and buildings.
The witness, who testified before the High Court of Niger State, Minna, told the trial judge, Justice Abdullahi Mikailu, that 216,297,443 naira was deceitfully withdrawn from NECO account for payment for 17 fictitious printing contracts, which were used for establishing the printing press.
Also, no fewer than 1,233 bank accounts have been frozen by the anti-graft commission between 2019 and now.
However, 60 of the accounts belonging to 15 persons, who were investigated for corruption, have been finally forfeited to the Federal Government.
The accounts contained 547.7 million naira and 669,248.89 thousand dollars in total.