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Monday, June 12, 2017

Richest kidnapping kingpin, Evans in Police net, owns mansion in Lagos, Accra


The richest leader of a notorious advanced high profile kidnapping gang operating in Nigeria, a 36 years, Chukwudi Dumeme Onuamadike, alias Evans, has been arrested by the men of the Nigeria Police Force, reports ITRealms.
The arrest of Evans and his gang, ITRealms gathered came at the weekend, just as the Inspector General of Police (IGP), had directed the Force Public Relations Officer (FPRO), Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Jimoh Moshood to parade the gang in Lagos, at the Command Headquarters Lagos.

According to Moshood, the kingpin Chukwudi Dumeme Onuamadike is a native of Umudim Village, Nnewi, in Nnewi-North Local Governance Area (LGA) of Anambra State, and was the leader of a notorious advanced high profile person kidnapping gang that operate in Festac, Amuwo Odofin and Ojo areas of Lagos State. 

The Police told ITRealms that investigations revealed that Evans keeps his victims for upto six to seven months in captivity until when the victim’s family pays, stressing Evans and his gang have received between N300 and N400 million ransom in several installments before victims are released. 

Police also said that several wealthy Nigerians living in Festac and Amuwo Odofin Arears of Lagos relocated to Ikoyi, Lekki and Victoria Island and left their mansions empty because of Evans.

Moshood further said that the arrested kingpin has gangs that operate in Port Harcourt, Bayelsa and Warri, Delta State.

“He is the mastermind and only survivor in attempted kidnapping of Chief Vincent Obianudo, the owner of Young Shall Grow Motors in Festac Lagos in August 2013,” he said.

The arrest on Saturday of Evans, ITRealms gathered elicited jubilations at the Force Headquarters, Kam Salem House, Abuja, and the Police Command, Ikeja, Lagos.

Chukwudi alias Evans, ITRealms gathered has mansions in both Lagos and Accra to name a few.

And was arrested alongside his six-man gang, namely Nwosu Chikodi Chukwuma, aka Sudo 42yrs, who is third in command, Suoyo Paul aka Nwana 42years, Felix Chinemerem, 36 years, Ikenna Emeka, 28years, Uchechukwu Amadi and Ogechi Amadi suspected wife of the Chukwudi.

In addition, Police said they recovered several arms and ammunition including
(i) Five (5) AK 47 rifles
(ii) One (1) AK-49 rifle
(iii) Two (2) double barrel long
(iv) Two ‘2’ English pistols
(v) Fifty-Nine (59) AK-47 magazine with ammunition
(vi) 1,272 Live ammunition of AK-47 (9mm)
(vii) Five (5) different plate numbers
(viii) Other weapons are being recovered as I speak with you from different criminal hideouts of the different states.

Some of the operations by Evans and his gang include:

1 Mbarikatta William Uboma, 35, kidnapped June 16th, 2012, at about 11am, on his arrival from Hungary, while he was close to his house. He was in the company of his brother, on their way from the airport, when another car emerged and blocked theirs. They grabbed Uboma, blindfolded him and forcefully abducted him – he was taken to an unknown destination. They later demanded a ransom of N10M. However, N2M was later paid while they collected other personal accessories. He was finally dropped at Okota on the third day.

2. Paul Cole, 34, from Ohafia in Abia State. A Director with Ocean Glory Commodities, Apapa, he was kidnapped on August 3rd, 2012, at Festac Town, together with his General Manager, Jude Ugoje, and another staff, Piriye Gogo, and taken to an unknown destination. They demanded for N10M. On August 6th, 2012, they collected N5M ransom at Maza-maza, before letting their victim off the hook.

3. Mohammed Jamal, 22, a Lebanese, was kidnapped on August 19, 2012, at Ajah by three armed men, taken away and blindfolded. N7M ransom was later paid at Ojo Barracks.

4. Kingsley Nwokenta, 34, was kidnapped on September 19, 2012, at Mile two under bridge, after he left Lebanana Bar, in Festac. Later, he paid N1.5M ransom while they made away with his black Toyota Venza and other accessories.

5. Anthony Ozoanidobi, 41, was kidnapped on October 10th, 2012, along Marwa Road Satellite town. Ransom of N1.5M was paid after which he was released at Apple junction, Amuwo-Odofin.

6. Leo Abraham 58, was Kidnapped on August 20, 2012. He paid ransom of N5M and was later released along Badagry road, Lagos.

7. Ojukwu Cosmas, 45, sells Toyota parts at Aspanda Trade fair. He was kidnapped on January 21, 2016, at Festac town. It was not clear when and how he was released.

8. James Uduji was kidnapped close to his house at 7th Avenue, Festac Town, late last year. Held for 6 six weeks. He paid a ransom of $1M.

9. Chief Raymond Okoye – Odu-Na-Ichida. He was kidnapped in 2015. He also paid $1M as ransom, after being held captive for 2 months.

10. Uche Okoroafor, a trader at Alaba, was kidnapped in 2015, and held captive for three months. He also parted with $1M.

11. Elias Ukachukwu was kidnapped in November 2015. He, too, paid $1M. The date of his release could not be ascertained but it was gathered that his abductors were insisting on another $1M ransom, claiming family members were rude to them during negotiation.

12 Francis Umeh, also a spare parts dealer at Aspanda, was kidnapped in July 2016, at Raji Rasaki Estate. Released after two months in captivity.

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