- Kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans has disclosed a piece of advice his mum gave hm when she saw the bullet wound on him
- Evans said he was not injured in any operation but it was during a disagreement that happened among his gang members
- the kidnapper said this to disapprove a rumor flying in the air that the police alleged that he was injured during a disagreement he had with his members because of money issue
Kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans, has said that his mum once cautioned him to quit his job when she saw bullet wound on him.
Evans disclosed this in an interview he had with the New Telegraph, saying that his father and step mum were the cause of what he is passing through currently.
NAIJ.com gathered that the police alleged that he was injured when there was a disagreement between him and his gang members because of money issue.
Meanwhile, the kidnapper said he was not involved in the dispute that happened among his member, adding that he was just trying to settle the disagreement.
Evans said: “It happened in 2008. A friend of mine invited us to come and make peace. They were having issue of money. When we got there, he started shooting everybody.
“The matter was between Emeka, Iyke and others. I tried to intervene and Iyke started shooting everyone. He shot so many people. Nothing led to it! I told you it was an issue over money.
“It was not a bank robbery. The major issue was between Emeka and Iyke. It was Emeka and Iyke that were having issues. Along the line, myself and others decided to intervene in the matter.
‘’ Iyke now decided to call everyone in order to make peace. But on getting there, Iyke and his friends, Jude and Humphrey, started shooting at us.
“I wasn’t shot on my shoulder. I was shot on my hip (Lifts his shirt to show the scar). They were having issue over sharing of money.
“It was money they made from robbery. The money was from robbery of a filling station. They said they went to Con Oil Filling Station in the night to rob. It happened in 2008.
“No! I didn’t go. I was not part of them. I was called to come and intervene in the issue, to make peace. Iyke called his friends to come and take their share of the money after the robbery.
''Later, Emeka now called me that they were having problems with Iyke seriously. He said that Iyke didn’t want to give them their share of the money.
‘'Emeka said that Iyke carried out the operation with his instruments (weapons) and as such, Iyke was supposed to give him part of the money. But Iyke didn’t want to share with Emeka, so I was called. It was supposed to be a peace talk.
“I was shot by Iyke. I can’t really say how many people he shot and killed on that day. I only know that after he shot me, I ran out of the place.”
He said he is one of the six children his mum had for his dad, who also had another wife, both of whom he blamed for his predicament.
He said further: “I’m the first son. My father will not tell me today that he trained or catered for me. But if there was any way my father and step mother wronged me, I have forgiven them.”
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had reported that Police investigation revealed that the policewoman simply identified as Tina who helped Chukwudumeje George Onwuamadike popularly known as Evans to escape detention is still in active service.
A Special Investigation Panel constituted by Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris to probe Evans’ 2006 arrest and eventual release found out that the so-called Tina was not only in active duty but has also risen to the position of a Chief Superintendent of Police.
NAIJ.com recently visited Evans the kidnapper's house. Watch the video below: