Another kidnap gang member makes chilling confession on how Evans turned him into a kidnapper

Another kidnap gang member makes chilling confession on how Evans turned him into a kidnapper

- Chukwumah Nwosu, one of the arrested members of billionaire kidnap kingpin, Evans, has disclosed how he joined the business

- The 42-year-old suspect is married with three kids was trading in female wears

- The suspect said he met Evans in 2014 while selling fuel and engine oil in the black market

Chukwumah Nwosu, one of the arrested members of billionaire kidnap kingpin, Evans, has revealed to the police how he met the gang leader.

The 42-year-old who hails from Aba, Abia state said he was trading in female wears and accessories before he met Evans.

NAIJ.com gathered that the suspect, married with three kids, said that the first money he made from kidnapping was useless because someone stole it from him.

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Explaining his involvement with the gang Nwosu said: “I am am a native of Aba, Abia State. I trade in female wears and accessories like bags and shoes. I met Evans in 2014 at Domino’s Pizza, Apo Junction, Festac Town (Lagos) while selling fuel and engine oil in the black market at Alafia. I later went to Yaba to sell shoes.

“I travelled to Vietnam for two years. When I came back in January 2015, I met Evans again. We discussed drug trafficking business and I told him how I lost all my money to drug business. He then promised to sponsor me on drug trafficking trip, but he said I should give him some time."

“When we and the other people in the car had passed Second Rainbow junction, Evans told me to join another car that was following his SUV. We turned to Abulabu Junction and car, Ikenna, telling him to keep moving.

“On getting to Villa Park area, they over crossed a vehicle and took a man from it and we left. On getting to Cele Bus Stop, he asked Ikenna, the driver of the other car, to drop me.

“He gave each of us N1.5 million. Unfortunately, the person I gave the money to help me procure a South Korea visa embezzled it. I later gave money to one agent and he also bolted with it. I was later arrested.

“I am married with three children. My problem now is that I gave my wife only N3,000 before I went to Abuja. I don’t know how they are managing to eat now. Tell the police that we have repented and should be given a second chance.”

In a previous report by NAIJ.com, a member of the dreaded billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudubem Onuamadike, a.k.a Evans, confessed to the police how he joined the dreaded gang.

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The 32-year-old said he joined the gang of the notorious kidnapper to enable him foot the bill for a cesarean operation his wife underwent.

Bosah said: “I used to manage a restaurant at No. 9, Yakoyo Road, Sabu, which is under Ogun State. I later travelled to Ghana to engage in 419 (obtaining by false pretence)."

Watch this video as NAIJ.com takes a more critical look at Evans and his way of life:

Source: Naija.ng

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