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Kidnap kingpin, Chukwudidumeme Onuamadike, also know as Evans, is cooling his feet in a secret cell at Louise Edet House, Police Force Headquarters, in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja; and this is authoritative,Vanguards Confirms.
Investigations, as well as information provided by our usually very dependable sources, revealed that the relocation of Evans to Abuja was on the express instructions of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris.
The tactical manoeuvre was carried out by the IGP’s Special Squad and was not known to many. It was the very classified nature of the operation to relocate Evans to Force Headquarters, Abuja, that gave rise to the wild and wide speculation that the gangster had vanished.
Consequently, the false alarm created panic in most of Evans’ victims. In fact, Sunday Vanguard telephone lines were almost jammed as calls poured in from kidnap victims seeking assistance on what next to do as they claimed that their lives were in danger, following the purported vanishing of Evans.
IGP orders relocation His relocation to Abuja, sources hinted, is with a view to ensuring that the Inspector-General of Police and the management team of the Force, personally interrogate the kidnap kingpin.
The objective, we were made to understand, is to get more information relating to his exploits in the criminal world. Vanguard had exclusively suggested, two weeks ago, that the suspect was slated for movement to the Force Headquarters, Abuja, to interact with police chiefs.
Police sources disclosed that his relocation to Abuja is a temporary measure aimed at ensuring water-tight interrogation pursuant to establishing a solid case against the suspect.
These are all efforts geared towards conducting a successful prosecution in court. Indeed, the police, yesterday, frowned at the report which tended to create the impression that Evans had disappeared from custody.