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  • Evans' Wife's Brother Speaks: "She Hasn't Visited Home Since She Got Married"
  • AWKA—THE elder brother of Mrs. Uchenna
    Precious Onwuamadike, wife of the dreaded
    kidnap kingpin, Mr. Chidumeme Onwuamadike,
    a.k.a Evans, Mr.
    Chukwuemeka Okoye said yesterday that his
    sister has not visited her village at Awo Oraifite in
    Ekwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra
    State since she got married in 2006.
    He told Vanguard yesterday that even when their
    father died in 2014, Uchenna, who is the last of
    13 children of the Okoyes, and her husband,
    Evans, did not attend the burial
    He said that he has not been communicating with
    his sister even on telephone, adding that he does
    not even know that she is married with five
    children.
    When shown the photograph of his sister and her
    five children, Chukwuemeka, a farmer and a daily
    paid job man at Oraifite market said he would not
    be able to identify his brother in-law, Evans, if
    they meet.
    He said: “Our father was very sick when Uchenna
    got married and he was bedridden for eight years
    before he died in 2014. It was her father in-law
    that came for the burial. Once she got married,
    nobody heard from her again and sometimes we
    heard that she was living abroad.
    “My elder brother who is living abroad once told
    me that he communicated with her and there was
    no way I could know their present predicament
    because I do not watch television, neither do I
    have a mobile phone that can be used for
    browsing.”
    He said that despite the poverty in his family,
    Uchenna and her husband never cared and said
    that he had not even heard that his sister’s
    husband was a kidnapper.
    Their aged mother, who is said to be diabetic, is
    presently staying with one of his brothers in the
    North and has been away for over one year.
    Uchenna’s cousin, a Reverend of the Anglican
    Church, who preferred anonymity said they did
    not know much about Uchenna because she was
    not communicating with the family, adding that he
    only knew about their present situation from the
    internet.
    Community housing Evans den starts residents’
    profiling
    Meantime, Community Development Association,
    CDA, heads in Bungalow section of Jakande estate
    , Oke-Afa, Isolo area of Lagos where Evans, had
    one of his hide-outs have begun to profile
    residents with a view to ascertaining their
    identities and means of lively hood.
    The action, is coming on the heels of the
    confessional statement by kidnap kingpin, that he
    used one of the bungalows on Green street to
    keep abducted victims.
    Evans, led operatives to the building weekend,
    where some left over food used to feed abducted
    victims were seen.
    Vanguard gathered that two members of the gang
    who acted as watchmen to abducted victims,
    occupied the bungalow. They however fled when
    news of Evans’ arrest reached them.
    When Vanguard visited Green street yesterday,
    residents were amazed that they had been living
    with a criminal without having an inkling.
    One of them, Fatai Owolola said: “We never knew
    that the building was used to keep abducted
    victims. I usually saw two young men coming in
    and out of the building, without suspecting
    anything bad was going on there. The only time
    cars came in was at night and they drive out
    almost immediately.”
    The kidnappers were said to have taken advantage
    of the quietness of the vicinity. Everybody goes
    out in the day time and comes back at night
    without prying into other peoples business.”
    Another resident Mrs Chikwendu Odinaka who
    claimed to have been in the area for over 10
    years, said: ”Community leaders of all the
    bungalows streets have printed forms for
    residents. This is aimed at documenting the
    identities of all the residents and their places of
    work, in order to know where to look for them in
    case of eventuality.
    ‘’We were shocked when policemen brought
    Evans, that we had been reading about, to one of
    the bungalow buildings on Green street on
    Sunday.
    ‘’Why he chose there instead of better high brow
    areas, remains a question only him can answer,“
    she said.
    The streets where the profiling will be done are:
    Brown, Purple, White, Blue, Green, Pink, Silver,
    Gold and orange.
    Blue and White streets community started
    distributing the forms yesterday.

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