EFCC Declares Tompolo Wanted Five Days After Akpabio's Visit Nigeria's antigraft agency, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has declared former Militant leader, Government Ekpemupolo aka Tompolo wanted, barely five days after he was visited by Senator Godswill Akpabio, Minister of Niger Delta Affairs. The former militants leader, Tompolo, a native of Okorenkoko Gbaramatu Kingdom of Warri South-West Local Government Area of Delta State, is declared wanted by the EFCC on a case of conspiracy and illegal diversion of the sum of N34bn and N11.9bn belonging to the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA. According to the anti graft agency, no one has a clue about the whereabout of the former militant leader, but it is confirmed that his last location was Chief Agbanu Street, DDPA Extension, Warri, Delta State, and this was before Senator Akpabio paid an unscheduled visit to the Creek last week Saturday. With Akpabio's visit to the Creek where he met with Government Tompolo and solicited for his support to succeed in sanitizing the Niger Delta region, all fingers are pointing at the Minister as a prime suspect who may have knowledge of Tompolo's whereabout. It is reasoned that if Senator Akpabio had successfully met with Tompolo when the EFCC is complaining of not being able to track him, then the Minister has vital information of Tompolo's whereabouts. Senator Akpabio was pictured making his way to the creeks with large Ghana Must Go bags to meet the wanted former militant leader. It was also noted that Akpabio allegedly used the content of the Ghana must Go Bag to convinced Tompolo to relax on the seven day ultimatum he had earlier issued to the Minister.