Evans The Billionaire Kidnapper Igando house where He Keeps His keeps his victims
Evans The Billionaire Kidnapper whose real names are Chukwudumeje Onwuamadike has committed numerous kidnapping making Billions from his nefarious activities.He Recently released photos of the house where he usually keeps his victims.
The house is situated at No 21, Prophet Asaye Close, Igando, Lagos, It is a bungalow with an inscription that reads ”Jesus is Alive” on the main gate
The location is used by Evans and his gang to keep and watch over their victims until they pay their ransom.
A neighbour in the neighbourhood told Thecable that:
“This is one of my houses; I live in the other house I have around this place. My tenants informed me on the day operatives of the State Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) came to this area,” he said.
“I learnt it was my house that the policemen first entered, thinking that was the place where the people were operating from. They broke some windows and shot into the air to scare people, but they were later directed to the place. That’s all I can say.”
“the owner of the fortress used by the dangerous group died three years ago. the tenant who rented the place after the demise of the landlady sublet it to Evans’ team.”
“That was how these criminals brought trouble into an otherwise peaceful community. Only God knows the number of people that they had tortured in the house,” a slim young man who simply identified himself as the pastor said.
An owner of a provision store located in the area, Funsho Akomolafe, told TheCable about the activities of two members of the gang and how Donatus Dunu, a pharmacist, and owner of Maydon Pharmaceutical Company, Ilupeju, Lagos, helped the police to nab Evans.
“We know only two occupants of that compound, and you won’t believe how they were friendly with people in this community,”
“I noticed that they had an interest in politics. On a number of occasions, they have engaged me about the situation of the country
. ‘People have been complaining about hardship under this government’, ‘Light is bad in this our area’. ‘This our area is very peaceful.’ Issues like these were what we discussed.
“He greets me whenever he passes. Even if it’s 10 times that he walks past my shop, he would greet me. I never knew I was relating with a crook. Sometimes he would even tell me that he was going to get things on the next street. You won’t ever believe he could do such a thing. He jokes a lot. He would show me the gallon of petrol he bought from a filling station.
Akomolafe spoke further”
“The water in this area is very bad, but there are places where one can get good water. Sometime in March, the owner of one of the buildings beside their camp asked me to help her get someone that could dig a borehole. I was able to help her get a professional and they negotiated. After the negotiation, the person handling the project said he would need to inspect the house where the gang was operating from before he could dig the borehole.
“So, on this particular day, we went to the house and knocked for over 20 minutes before the gate was opened. When the gate was opened, the person handling the project just inspected the side of the house and said he could dig the borehole because there was no soak away on that side. Immediately we left, they closed the gate but we didn’t suspect anything.”