Acting spokesman of the commission, Tony Orilade, revealed this in a statement on Sunday.
According to the statement, the properties are located at No. 8 and 9 Gobarau Road Unguwan Rimi government residential area (GRA), Kaduna state.
Orilade said preliminary investigations revealed that the said properties were purchased from New Capital Properties Limited, a subsidiary of Northern Nigerian Development Company (NNDC) Kaduna.
Jonah Jang is standing trial on a 12-count charge bothering on diversion of public funds.
The former governor was arraigned alongside Yusuf Pam, a former government official in the state. He was accused of misappropriating N6.3 billion while serving as the governor.
The offences were said to have been perpetrated a few months before the end of Jang’s tenure as governor in 2015.
In May, Jang was held in the custody of the anti-graft agency for nine days before he was arraigned.
Jonah Jang was subsequently remanded in prison but was released eight days later.