The end has not been heard of notorious kidnap kingpin, Mr, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike a.ka. Evans, who was finally arrested last Saturday in his palatial Magodo Phase 2 residence after several years of search.
The Obi of Umudim, his village, Chief Benneth Okafor, has said that the arrested kidnap kingpin was not known in his community as he hardly visited home, neither did he have any investment in the community.
When journalists visited Nnewi, the industrial city of Anambra state yesterday, where the captured most wanted Kidnaper hails from, Evans’ arrest was the topic on everyone’s lips.
Most of them, particularly traders, described his action as an embarrassment to the city, describing their indigenes as hard-working.
At his palace, the Obi of Umudim, Chief Okafor, stated; “I was told that he hardly came home. It is only the Akamili kindred where he comes from that will be able to give a little account of the young man.
It is unfortunate that many people in this village do not know him because he does not have any investment in Nnewi like an average Nnewi man, neither does he own any house here.”
Meanwhile following claims that the father of the billionaire kidnapper disowned him, the old man has come out to clear the air.
The father of billionaire kidnapper, Evans, identified as Pa Stephen Onwuamadike, has denied claims alleging that his decision to disown his son drove him into social vices.
Evans had earlier blamed his father as the reason why he took to crime.
However, Pa Onwuamadike told New Telegraph, in a fresh interview that he never disowned Evans; saying if he had known he was involved in criminality, he would have done all he could to stop him.
The Septuagenarian also claimed he did not divorce Evan’s mother as they took an oath on their wedding day.
“I cannot divorce her because we took an oath on our wedding. The oath is that we will be together for better or worse, till death do us part.
Also the mother of Evans has reportedly gone into hiding to avoid the crowd that besiege her Umudim, Nnewi home in Anambra state after news of the arrest of her son filtered in.
A woman who spoke on the condition of anonymity said: “she went into hiding because people were trooping in to sympathise with her over the arrest of her son. Some came for different purpose; to make mockery of her and to see the face of the mother of the arrested kidnapper.
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