Billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudemeje George Onwuamadike, alias Evans, has been weeping in custody.
Evans, it was gathered, has yet to come to terms with his ordeal.
The kingpin, who was arrested last Saturday at his 3, Fred Shoboyede Street, Magodo, Lagos home, is being kept in a maximum security cell with “common criminals”.
Recall that Nigeria Police on Sunday afternoon paraded the man regarded as Nigeria’s richest kidnapper and his deadly gang.
Jimoh Moshood, Force spokesman in a statement, revealed how they seized their victims, kept them and demanded for ransom.
He also gave timelines of some of the gang’s activities and how they made a staggering $5million dollars from 4 victims, aside other millions of Naira.
In police cell, Evans has been crying profusely and has also made more revelations to interrogators.
Evans disclosed that he has two other detention camps in Lagos.
He was also said to have confessed that he started off as an armed robber in Sokoto State.
“He has been weeping uncontrollably because he is in a cell with common poor criminals despite all the wealth and mansions he owned”, a police source told Nation.
“He has started talking. He has given us locations of other detention camps he had in Lagos.
“Aside Igando, he had two others and detectives would visit the place. He also said that his very first robbery was in Sokoto State and that they killed the victim.
“He is still being interrogated and more details would come out after the camps have been visited.”
Meanwhile, his Nnewi people in Anambra are still angry over the terror he unleashed on wealthy indigenes, as his victims were mostly from the state.
His second in command, Felix Chinemerem, a native of Amanagu in Abia State, was also declared wanted in 2014, after his criminal activities led to the killing of many innocent people.
Chinemerem took part in the kidnap of a prominent Nigerian, which prompted policemen to storm the community and allegedly shot randomly, killing villagers.
He has not been seen or heard from in many months.Read Full Story