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Thursday, 31 August 2017

Billionaire Kidnapper Evans To spend Six weeks In Kirikiri Prison

Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, a.k.a Evans was arraigned nearby Uche Amadi, Ogechi Uchechukwu, Okwuchukwu Nwachukwy, Chilaka Ifeanyi and Victor Aduba on a two-check charge of trick and kidnapping.before an Ikeja High Court in Lagos on Wednesday. 

Evans, Amadi and Nwachukwu conceded to the charges while Uchechukwu, the main female litigant, Ifeanyi and Aduba pleaded innocent of the offenses. 

As indicated by the indictment drove by Mr Adeniji Kazeem, the Lagos State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Evans and his accessories submitted the offense of intrigue at 7.45 p.m. on Feb. 14 on Obokun Street, Ilupeju, Lagos. 

The arraignment said the litigants between Feb. 14 and April 12 on Obokun Street, Ilupeju, while furnished with firearms and different hazardous weapons, caught and confined Mr Duru Donatius. 

As per Kazeem, the litigants gathered a payment of 223,000 euros for the arrival of Donatius. 

After the charges were perused to them, Kazeem, asked for the remand of the respondents. 

"Following this arraignment, we will jump at the chance to apply for the litigants to be remanded in care and acquire trial dates for the ones that have argued not blameworthy. 

"While for those that have conceded, we will jump at the chance to lay out our announcement of actualities following which Your Lordship will suspend for condemning," Kazeem said. 

Mr Olukoya Ogungbeje, insight to Evans, Amadi, Uchechukwu, Ifeanyi and Aduba told the court that he and his group had not got the chance to "present" with his customers. 

"As for the application from the educated Attorney-General, we should not be restricting same. 

"Nonetheless, the protection group simply had the chance of meeting our customers at the beginning of today in court interestingly, we were quite recently presented with reports in the open court at the beginning of today. 

"Every one of the litigants have since been in the authority of the Police and we have not had the chance of consulting with them in regards to the offenses which are capital in nature," Ogungbeje said. 

The get-away judge, Justice Hakeem Oshodi approached the Attorney-General for his decision of jail for the litigants to be remanded. 

"Greatest Kirikiri Prisons, My Lord," Kazeem answered. 

Remanding Evans and his claimed associates, Oshodi said:" The main, second, fourth, fifth and 6th litigants should be remanded in the Kirikiri Maximum Security Prisons. 

`While the third respondent should be remanded in the female wing of the Kirikiri Prison," 

"This case is dismissed to Oct. 19 for trial." 

The court and the court premises was intensely monitored with scores of outfitted security staff. 

The court and court premises were additionally stuffed with journalists, picture takers and also inquisitive spectators, who needed to get a look at Evans, who supposedly made billions of Naira from his victims.

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