Suspected kidnap kingpin Chukwudumeje George Onwuamadike (aka Evans) has confessed that the gunshot scar on his shoulder came from the injury he sustained during a 2006 bank robbery in Lagos.
This is contrary to his earlier claim that he got the injury during a fracas following a drug business in South Africa in 2007.
Evans, who was confronted with a newspaper interview that indicated the scar was as a result of a gun duel between him and his gang members at the National Theatre in Surulere, Lagos Mainland, admitted that he lied earlier.
According to the suspect, he and his gang members robbed a bank in 2006. While sharing the loot, there was a disagreement, which led to a fight.
He admitted that they started shooting themselves, adding that many of the robbers died. He was seriously injured and abandoned by the others.
The kingpin also admitted that he was arrested by the police, adding...
The most wanted underworld master Adamu has been arrested. The Nigerian police seems to be stronger than what we all can imagine. As they continue their frantic moves to crackdown on kidnapper all over the country, another success was been recorded.
Described as deadlier than the arrested kidnapper, Chukwudemeje George Onwamadike popularly known as Evans, the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Team (IRT) nabbed one of the most wanted kidnap kingpins in Nigeria, Adamu Mamman, known in the underworld as “Master.”
Also arrested with MASTER were his second-in-command and number three man in the gang and five others.
A senior police officer told news men that the suspects arrested included the leader of the gang, Adamu, a native of Amana village in Kaduna State; Ali (aka Blacky), native of Liman Ibada village in Kaduna, who is the second-in-command to Master; Umar, native of Rijana village, who is the main informant of the Abuja-Kaduna...