The two clerics were hired and lodged in the hotel to offer spiritual help to the arrested suspects, said EFCC.
EFCC spokesman said the arrest was part of its renewed onslaught against illegal movement of cash through the nation’s airports.
Mr Uwujaren said the former AGF and the three others would be arraigned before Justice Adeyemi Ajayi of a FCT High Court.
“Earlier tests conducted in a private hospital also revealed negative results for all the female suspects.”
The EFCC confirmed the release of the suspended accountant-general to The Gazette on Thursday.
The anti-graft body is accusing Mr Okorocha of stealing N2.9 billion public funds while he was governor of Imo state.
The suspects were arrested on Thursday morning with Lexus RX330, Toyota Hilux, Toyota Venza, laptops and mobile phones recovered from them.
The suspects were arrested on Tuesday during a sting operation following some verified intelligence, the anti-graft agency said.
The car manufacturing company said the anti-graft agency was being used by the bank to illegally revisit a case that had already been concluded in court.
In 2010, his conviction was set aside by a Supreme Court panel led by now Chief Justice Tanko Mohammed.