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Notorious kidnapper, Evans, sentenced to death by Lagos High Court

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 Lagos High Court has sentenced notorious kidnap kingpin, Chikwudubem Onwuamadike, also known as Evans, to death.
The court gave this judgement on Monday.
Evans was arrested in June 2017 and arraigned on a two-count charge of conspiracy to commit kidnapping and kidnapping.
The Lagos State Government had said Evans conspired on February 14th, 2017 at about 7.45pm at Ilupeju, Lagos, to kidnap one Donatus Dunu and collect €223,000 for his release.
According to the police, Evans managed to escape arrest for seven years.
He was, however, arrested after a police special squad caught up with him at his No. 3, Fred Shoboyede Street, Magodo, Lagos home.
The kidnap kingpin then confessed to being responsible for many high-profile kidnap cases in many states of the country, especially Lagos State.
He also confessed to earning money running into billions of naira from his unlawful activities, having charged some of his victims up to $1 million each as ransom.
Details later.

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  1. Lagos High Court has sentenced notorious kidnap kingpin, Chikwudubem Onwuamadike, also known as Evans, to death.
    The court gave this judgement on Monday.
    Evans was arrested in June 2017 and arraigned on a two-count charge of conspiracy to commit kidnapping and kidnapping.
    The Lagos State Government had said Evans conspired on February 14th, 2017 at about 7.45pm at Ilupeju, Lagos, to kidnap one Donatus Dunu and collect €223,000 for his release.
    According to the police, Evans managed to escape arrest for seven years.
    He was, however, arrested after a police special squad caught up with him at his No. 3, Fred Shoboyede Street, Magodo, Lagos home.
    The kidnap kingpin then confessed to being responsible for many high-profile kidnap cases in many states of the country, especially Lagos State.
    He also confessed to earning money running into billions of naira from his unlawful activities, having charged some of his victims up to $1 million each as ransom.
    Details later.

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    1. Stop carrying FAKE NEWS
      The penalty is NGN5Million

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  2. Evans got what he deserves. Thanks to the judge for doing the right thing.

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  3. What of his co-kidnappers? Are they working free? What sentence did they get?

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  4. Error- are the co-kidnappers walking free?

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  5. Just wondering why it has taken this long for justice to be served especially in this case where the accussed had since confessed to committing the crimes. 2017-2020 is sure an interval too long. Hope this is not a fall out of subternarean attempts by some powerful cabals to sweep it under the carpet& thus truncate course of justice. Thank God for this judgement. It sure serves him righ

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