Friday, 16 June 2017

Full Interview Of Kidnapper Evans & How He Lived In Grand Style (video)

Full Interview Of Kidnapper Evans & How He Lived In Grand Style (video)

More revelations have continued to emanate on the lifestyle of billionaire kidnap kingpin, Chukwudi Dumeme Onuamadike, also known as Evans, who was finally arrested by the Inspector General of Police Intelligence Response Team (IRT), on Saturday, June 10, 2017.
According to insiders, the unassuming Evans who dropped out of school in Junior Secondary School Two [JSS 2], had a taste for the flashy lifestyle that would shame many graduates who pride themselves in being up to date with good things of life.
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It was gathered from police investigators that Evans who made billions of Naira from his kidnapping spree, bought a house in the highbrow Magodo Phase II GRA in the Shangisha area of Lagos State for a whopping N130 million and spent another N40 million to furnish the house with all the latest designs in interior decorations, including an inbuilt Jacuzzi.
 The tiles and other fittings were all imported while the chairs were specially made for him by one of the best furniture makers in the country.

He also bought another house in the same Magodo GRA for a whopping N150 million and renovated it to the tune of N60 million, spending another N50 million to furnish it including a reflective gate with CCTV cameras with which he monitored the people coming in.

During a search of the houses by the police, a gold ring worth $75,000, was found on him while a wrist watch worth $170, 000, three phones he bought $6, 000 and other expensive accessories were found on him.

The phones are said to have tracking devices which made it possible for Evans to track the movements of the police and also monitor their conversations anytime they were closing in on him.

A lover of state of the art cars, Evans reportedly spent fortunes on vehicles like Range Rover Sport, BMWs, Cherokee Jeeps, Prado Jeeps, Sports Cras and two expensive Power Bikes.

Outside Nigeria, Evans built two duplexes in Accra, Ghana, spending millions of dollars on the properties and the furnishings to make sure he and his family lived like royalties.

It was also gathered that four days to his arrest, Evans had perfected plans to escape from the country and the first move was sending his wife and five children to Ghana with the hope of joining them later.

He was said to have sent N20 million to his wife in Ghana through a Bureau de Change which was delivered to her in Ghanaian currency, Cedi.
 Full interview of kidnap kingpin Evans [VIDEO]

Billionaire Kidnapper, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans was last week arrested by the Lagos state police command.

Since his arrest, the man, believed to be the richest kidnap kingpin in Nigeria, has been making so many revelations.

Here is a full interview with the wealthy kidnapper, who is now cooling his feet in the custody of the State police command as posted by Channel TV.

Evans has also revealed how two of his gang members were shot dead while attempting to kidnap the owner of The Young Shall Grow Motors, Vincent Obianudo, in August 2013 at Festac, Lagos.

Ques. Where did you start kidnapping?
Ans. I started in Anambra then I came to Lagos.
Ques. How many jobs did you do in Anambra?
Ans. The truth of the matter is that I did not do anything in Anambra. Anambra can check the record of it. In Edo state it was like about three times.
Ques. Who did you kidnap in Edo State?
Ans. I don’t know their names. I know about (not very clear). I know the people that do the thing. That time, they said they did not collect N100 million, that what they collected was N50 million.

Ques. When did you move to Lagos?
Ans. I moved to Lagos in 2013.
Ques. Who did you kidnap in Festac, Lagos?
Ans. I don’t normally know names. But when I see someone that I know I will, you understand. Because sometimes something will happen, you will not know the name of the person.
Ques. How did you identify a rich individual?
Ans. Anybody that is rich, you will know that he is rich. I have people that give me information. I don’t know where they are right now.
Ques. How did you meet your boys?
Ans. Each time I want to go for operation I will call them on the phone like let’s meet in so and so place before we start going for the operation.

Ques. Where did you get the military uniform you use for your operations?
Ans. I no get army uniform.
Ques. How many of you normally go for an operation?

Ans. Three or four.
Ques. How did you get your victims away?
Ans. We would carry the man put inside motor and go.
Ques. How did you get into a victim’s House?
It is maybe along the road.
Ques. So you wait for your victims to come out?
Ans. Yes.
Ques. What is the most expensive ransom you have collected?
Ans. The highest money we have collected is from somebody living in Festac, $1 million.
Ques. Why did you keep your victims for months and where?
Ans. Just because they are wasting time. Because when you are wasting time you have to wait for the money to be complete. We have people that are feeding them.
Ques. Where did you keep your victims?
Ans. Just one. It is around Igando area. It is a rented apartment.

Ques. What are names of the boys that watched over the victims?
Ans. The name of the boy is Uche. They are two. I can’t remember the name of the second person. He is an Igbo boy. He is from Aguleri. His name has escaped me but I will remember.
Ques. Are they armed?
Ans. No.
Ques. How much do you pay him and how long have they been working for you?
Ans. The boy is a new person but Uche is the old person.
Ques. How much do you pay Uche before this boy joined him?
Ans. N2 million.
Ques. Every month?
Ans. Every operation. Sometimes above that.
Ques. Your second in command, how much do you give him?
Ans. It depends on the money we make.
Ques. Who goes to collect the ransom?
Ans. I can make the call but they can go and collect it. When they bring the money we have to share it. All of us.
Ques. How many of you?
Ans. Like six.
Ques. You have boys in each state?
Ans. Yes. It is those people I have in Lagos. I don’t have boys in Edo and Anambra.
Ques. If you want to go and kidnap in Edo, what do you do?
Ans. It is by phone call. That was that time we made phone calls then we gather together.
Ques. Where do you meet?
Ans. We can meet along the road and ask them to pick you up.
Ques. Tell us about your family. Your mom, your sisters, do they know what you do?
Ans. As for my mom, my mom don’t know what I do like that. I normally see her once in a while. But as a human being she knows not that she is in support.
Ques. What of your sister is she in Lagos? Does she know what you do?
Ans. My sister, No.
Ques. How much did you buy the house?
Ans. I bought it for N130 million.
Ques. From whom? From an individual or a company? When did you buy it?
Ans. From an individual. I bought it last year. I was living somewhere around here.
Ques. How many houses do you have in Magodo?
Ans. It’s two houses.
Ques. How many houses do you have in Ghana?
Ans. I have two. I built it myself. It is N15 million each. It is a duplex. I don’t have house in Canada.
Ques. How do you feel about killing people?
Ans. It is not me that killed. I don’t kill.
Ques. Do your boys kill?
Ans. I will not know. If somebody dies there I don’t know.
Ques. How about the Young Shall Grow incident?
Ans. That day I was driving.
Ques. You drove your boys? How many of you were there that day?
Ans. Five.
Ques. How many of them died that day?
Ans. Two.
Ques. What happened to them?
Ans. They got shot.
Ques. In the Young Shall Grow Operation, who fired gun?
Ans. I was driving. It was Uche and Hunchman and Nnamdi.
Ques. How do you sustain this injury? (Camera zooms to a huge scar on Evans’ shoulder)
Ans. It was when I was doing drug business in South Africa. That was where I got the bullet wound. Somebody shot me.

Ques. How many countries have you worked?
Ans. Only South Africa and Ghana.
Ques. When you get your ransom, where do you spend it?
Ans. I spend it in Nigeria. I have not travelled since 2007.
Ques. What message do you have for your children?
Ans. I don’t have any message for them. I believe God will take control. My advice is that anybody that is doing kidnapping should quit.

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Friday, 2 June 2017

[Mixtape] Xpensive DJ Opera – The X-2 INFUSION

[Mixtape] Xpensive DJ Opera – The X-2 INFUSION
After he dropped his first mix titled THE X-1 FUSION, Xpensive Dj Opera is here with another BANGING MIX (THE X-2 INFUSION) based on popular demand. This mix of african grooves will keep you dancing and singing along all day. The X-series continues as he promises to hit you back to back with amazing jamz.