Shocking revelations emerged, yesterday, as the dreaded kidnap kingpin,
Chukwudubem Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans, narrated to police detectives how
he was abducted in 2015 by another gang of kidnappers operating in the
eastern part of the country.
This is also as detectives succeeded in recovering a gold ring worth $75,000 from his house.
A gang of desperate kidnappers trailed Evans from Nnewi, his home town
sometime in 2015, while he was cruising in his brand new black latest
G-Wagon towards the commercial city of Onitsha in Anambra state.
That was the era when he was terrorizing the east with his criminal
contemporaries like late Ngwu Ekere Omu, Vampire, Osisikanku and others.
He disclosed that when he got to a spot close to Onitsha, the gun-
totting young men intercepted and bundled him into their car and zoomed
off towards Enugu– Onitsha express way. According to him;
”When they ended up at a hidden spot which I later knew was inside one
of the riverside areas in Anambra State, they brought me out for
interrogation. I boldly introduced myself as Evans. Initially, they
were shocked but later they started looking at me with scepticism. “I
then asked them the name of their leader and after they reluctantly told
me it was ND, short for Ndubisi, I informed them that he was serving a
prison term at the Port-Harcourt prisons. That was when they started
believing that I was the notorious Evans, widely known in crime circles.
Nevertheless, they put a call to their leader in Port-Harcourt prison
and as soon as they mentioned my name, he ordered them to take me back
to where they picked me without delay.”
Vanguard learned that ND, their leader, who is still serving a long
sentence in Port-Harcourt prisons, masterminded the first kidnap
incident in Lagos state in 2011.
Also, police detectives have recovered a gold ring worth over $75 from
the house of the kidnap kingpin after carrying out another thorough
search in his mansion at Magodo phase 2, Lagos. Documents discovered
inside the house also showed that just four days before his arrest, he
sent N20 million to his wife in Ghana through a Bureau de Change which
was delivered to her in Ghanaian currency, Cedi.
This is as they were said to have also recovered another mansion
belonging to him in Ghana, making three, the number of mansions he has
in the West African country.