There were insinuations across the country yesterday that the arrested kidnap kingpin, Chukwudidumeme Onuamadike, who is popularly known as Evans has vanished from remand where he is being monitored in Lagos under heavy security mount. One of the famous Nigerian Newspapers, The Sun had earlier yesterday reported the sudden vanish of the kidnap kingpin, Evans.
However, Police authority had denied the rumour saying Evans is being kept in a more secured secret prison at Louise Edet House, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja where Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris would be interrogating him on a one on one panel. The Police Authority disclosed further in its press release that the Kidnap kingpin, Evans has to be moved to a more secured location for effective interrogation of his kidnapping activities.
Before the statement was released by the Police authority, majority of Evan's victims were already in deadly panic on their safety should the rumour of Evans' vanish be found truth. Some of the victims have started planning option B to make sure their life remains safe.
In a police statement referenced CZ:5300/FPRD/FHQ/ABJ/VOL.1 released by Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Jimoh Moshood from the Police Force Headquarter stated that :
RE - EVANS VANISHES, BILLIONAIRE KIDNAPPER'S WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN
Evans is intact in Police Custody, investigationinto all the crimes he has committed which include several kidnappings; armed robbery and murder are ongoing. The Police have made significant progress in the investigations of these crimes. The public should disregard and discountenance all media reports in the social and print media that he has vanished or released and all criminal charges against him dropped as UNTRUE and ABSOLUTE FALSEHOOD.
Evans is in police custody and would be arraigned in court along with the other members of his gang on completion of investigation.