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Evans Betrayed Me And My Wife, Uche Amadi, Head Of Kidnap Gang

 

Evans Betrayed Me And My Wife, Uche Amadi, Head Of Kidnap 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

According to source, 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.

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He was upset that Evans used him and his wife, Ogechi, to run the camp in his house located on 21 Prophet Ashaye Close, New Igando, Lagos State, where he took care of their victims while his wife cooked for them only to be paid pittance.

The couple was among the six gang members of the dreaded kidnapper who were paraded at the State Police Headquarters in Ikeja on Sunday, June 11, 2017.

 

Amadi explained that his job was to keep the victims and take care of them for many months while Evans negotiated the ransom payment while his wife cooked food for them and made sure they were comfortable for as long as they remained in his care.

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He added that the house was paid for by Evans and his wife’s name was used to pay using another woman identified as Ngozi, so as not to raise the suspicion of the landlord and others in the neighbourhood before they moved in.

The camp leader further disclosed that he met Evans while he was working at a motor park in Mazamaza, Lagos, before he traveled to Malaysia for greener pastures but had to come back after a year because he had problems with his girlfriend and he was declared wanted.

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When he came back, he teamed up with Evans and was made the head of the detention camp.

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.

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