Evans Was A Cheat, Even To His Gang

Uchechukwu Amadi, head of the detention camp of the arrested billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudi Duneme Onuamadike aka Evans, has revealed how he was cheated by Evans Speaking to Pulse.ng, Amadi who is a native of Ngo Okpala, Imo State, said he was not happy that despite the billions of naira and dollars his boss collected as ransom, he…”
Moroti Olatujoye
June 14, 2017 11:29 am

Uchechukwu Amadi, head of the detention camp of the arrested billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudi Duneme Onuamadike aka Evans, has revealed how he was cheated by Evans

Speaking to Pulse.ng, Amadi who is a native of Ngo Okpala, Imo State, said he was not happy that despite the billions of naira and dollars his boss collected as ransom, he and his wife who ran the camp were poorly paid while the boss was busy investing in choice properties and buying big cars.

 

His words:

“I feel betrayed by Evans because he used me and my wife without compensating us well. He gave us paltry sums even though he was collecting millions of dollars from our victims.

“I know he was running the gangs but it was only after we were arrested that we got to realize he was collecting millions.

“He told the police that he used to give me N20 million after each operation but he is lying. He would give me N1 million, N200,000 and at times N100,000.

“My role was to keep the victims, take care of them and make sure they were comfortable. At times, I kept them for two to three months while Evans negotiated for the payment after which they would be released.

“My wife’s role was to cook for the victims and made sure they were comfortable. We did not torture any of them because we knew they were the cash cows.

“We kept them as long as Evans wanted and only hand them over to another gang when he gave us the go ahead after the complete ransom must have been paid.

“I did not know that victims were paying millions of dollars as ransom to Evans, neither did we know he was using the money to acquire choice properties.

“Nothing much has been given to me and my wife who was keeping and taking care of the victims,” Amadi lamented.

Mr. Amadi added that he started having problems with Evans when a pharmacist they had kidnapped about three months ago escaped after being in the captivity for two months while negotiations were still going on.

“Till today, he said, “I don’t know how the man managed to escape from the house. It is still a mystery. Before we were arrested, Evans had been calling me to threaten that he was going to kill me and my family and also burn my house.

“He said I was the one who collected money from the pharmacist and allowed him to escape”.

Uchechukwu Amadi went on to say that it was good that they were all arrested because he and his wife were living in fear knowing fully well that Evans is very vicious and deadly and had marked them for death.

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