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Saturday, June 24, 2017

IGP Explains Why Kidnapper Evans Did Not Invest In Nigeria + Seeks Death Sentence For Him.

The Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, on Friday, advocated for the imposition of death sentence on convicted kidnappers.



 The IGP who spoke at a dialogue session he held with Civil Society Organisations, CSOs, under the umbrella of Situation Room, in Abuja, said the case of recently apprehended billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudidumeme Onuamadike a.k.a Evans, should be used to set an example to youths on risk inherent in such criminal venture.

 He lamented that Evans “has changed the face of kidnapping in this country”, saying the fact that he collected $1million ransom on six different occasions, was enough to lure some youths into the illegal business. 


Therefore, the police boss said there was urgent need to review existing laws on kidnapping with a view to ensuring stiffer punishment for the perpetrators. He disclosed that a total of 2000 kidnap suspects are currently in police custody, insisting that the least sanction for kidnappers should be life imprisonment. 


Highlighting ignorance and illiteracy as factors behind rising cases of kidnapping in the country, the IGP said there were instances where some suspects said they would want to be paraded before the press so they could go home. “Some of these local people don’t really understand, they see people being paraded on TV after arrest and think that is just where it ended. “Kidnapping obviously has become a very major challenge for us in this country. However, I am happy to state that in virtually over 80 percent of cases reported to the police, the suspects were arrested.


 “Imagine the case at hand, talking about Evans. He told his boys not to have landed property in either Anambra or Imo because he was aware the houses will be demolished and the boys ostracised if caught. “He refused to own any property in his place. You know, in that part of the country, even in churches, relatives of kidnap suspects are avoided and treated as outcasts by people. “That was why he refused to invest in his own state and preferred to build houses in Ghana and other places. This was because he knew his Investments would be lost. So the issue of punishment is very important. “Evans has undoubtedly changed the face of kidnapping in this country, if you see his magnification mansions in Ghana. “You can see why our youths have taken this way to easy life. That is why we have to up the risk. 


If you engage in kidnapping the punishment should be death or life imprisonment. This will serve as deterrent to youths that may wish to engage in the crime”.

 Nevertheless, the IGP called for more funding for the police to enable it acquire more Helicopters, patrol vans and communication gadgets. “The funding of the police is very important because we need to buy many equipment to be on ground. “If we can have all these, I am assuring you that we are going to give these bad boys a very nasty time.

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33 comments:

  1. This is a breath of fresh air. This guy will not escape punishment

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  2. Are they not the one who disclosed how much he collected as ransom to the public?

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    1. Them go talk talk until this man plan prison break for there

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    2. You must be stupid for this comment you typed here. Oh! You were expecting him tot evade punishment by not disclosing the ransom he collects? I wish you and your 7th generations too come the pains his victims endured IJN, Amen. Tribalisic bigot. And no one should tell me to take it easy on this filthy thing. She should have considered the feelings of those kidnapped before commenting

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    3. Anon 12.09 I bet you think she is igbo just from her surname. Ahahhahaha joke is on you as it isn't . YOU ARE THE TRIBALISTIC BIGOT

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  3. Death sentence... Hmmmmm let the law prevail.

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    1. Why death sentence? I'm against capital punishment and more or less he didn't kill anyone during the process

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    2. Why death sentence? I'm against capital punishment and more or less he didn't kill anyone during the process

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    3. Did I hear you say he didn't kill anyone? @Anon 11:50

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    4. May your entire family be faced with the pain Evans dished out to his victims IJN, Amen

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    5. He killed oooo. People leave kidnap dens beaten tortured brutalized traumatized raped and starved. Many for there or shortly after release. Some come home and see their relatives already dead from high bp. Abegiiii . Kpai the man

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  4. Kill him already and stop giving us stories everyday. All ds stories might last till end of year with that man still alive.. They have said na him Mama dey manipulate am,too much stories ontop one person. The man has destroyed so many families and deserves a proper punishment

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    1. Madam Julie, your comment is outstandingly dumb. Is it the job of the police to just kill him? Don't u know he has to be tried in court and sentenced to death before anything can happen? Some of you and your brains though, na wa.

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    2. Ignoranmus it is not that easy the rule of law will have to be followed you can't expect the police to just shoot him can u

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    3. Lily Rose are u stupid? Drop ur comment and go if mine is dumb. Don't be silly ds cold morning ok.

      Anon mechipu gi onu

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  5. They will talk and talk with no action

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  6. Make una no come for my head!

    Abeg to d victims: pls do u tink God wouldd give u, abi bless u sso much and allow d devil take it away from you, pls let's check it na, I feel Evans Wass only attacking d wealthy illegal business men, dats y he knows dem so much cus dey are both running some tin similar, well dats my observation, God isn't a wicked God oh!

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    1. May the fate of the kidnapped be your portion IJN, Amen. And if you dare say you reject it, may the happen to you in triple folds till it gets to your 7th generations. Idiots like you just talk without reasoning.

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    2. Poverty kill you there.

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    3. Anon 10:41, may all your children be kidnapped IJN, Amen. Wicked animals be justifying evils

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    4. My poor uncle was kidnapped in Owerri. They called all on his contact list and told them to bring money after all we will bring it if he had a funeral. People rallied round and got 2m. The fools were later arrested and their house demolished. The IGP is correct. Come to Imo State and see family members of arrested kidnappers treated like lepers by the people . They are routinely ostracized in local communities....no time for nonsense

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  7. police make we hear word already ,if the last victim had not escaped and emeka wasnt in that place ,Evans will still be in street kidnapping ,abeg kill him already

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  8. Evans that want to die already!...dude is not scared of death again...
    He would have killed himself instead of allowing police people to catch him!...
    Imagine the disgrace!...
    This trauma will follow his wife,children and all his family members till eternity!...

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  9. They should kill him already

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  10. #We should not avoid things just because they are painful or uncomfortable. These experiences are often the most important*

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  11. I don't like all the enticing stories about him. He deserves to die.

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  12. Action please, enough of the talks.

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  13. Yesssssssss, let him hang including all other criminals. This jungle called Nigeria should have very strict laws.

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  14. May God forgive me o but if your family is associated with bad stuff, 'we' can so cast you out that you'll be forced to just kill yourself.


    Good for Evans. I pity his children sha

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  15. They should be fast in killing him

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  16. IG that's a step in the right direction. His punishment should serve as a deterrent to others.
    I observed that despite his arrests kidnappings have been on the rise. IG says 80% of the cars that come to them have to do with kidnapping.
    Even the Bible says the law was made for men stealers. 1. Timothy 1:10. Whatever the law says should be his punishment. Hate his acts, wickedness. Just can't get over their callousness and to imagine some of their victims died because of maltreatment and he says he hasn't killed. He must be very dumb.

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