Nigerian authorities are hoping that the risk of kidnapping has been significantly decreased after they captured alleged kidnapper Chukwudi Dumem Onuamadkie, also known as Evans,
Evans, 36 a native of Anambra State in South eastern part of Nigeria, has been described as “most wanted, vicious and highly notorious.” He has been implicated in a series of high-profile kidnappings in the country in recent years, according to an emailed statement from Nigeria’s police; his victims included foreign nationals, traditional chiefs and wealthy businessmen.
Evans also has become one of Nigeria’s wealthiest alleged criminals: Police said he owns two mansions in an upmarket district of Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial hub, as well as two properties in Accra, the capital of neighboring Ghana.
Police raided a Lagos property belonging to Evans on Saturday and engaged in a gun battle with the suspect and his associates. Security forces eventually overpowered them and arrested seven people in the operation, while also seizing 10 guns and more than 1,000 rounds of AK-47 ammunition. after his arrest he went ahead to gave out list of Politicians that sponsors his activities.