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  • Kidnapper Evans Faces Death Penalty, Life Imprisonment As Ambode Signs Bill
  • The Lagos state Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi
    Ambode has signed into law, the state kidnapping
    prohibition bill, 2016 which prescribes Life
    Imprisonment or death penalty for the offence of
    Kidnapping and forceful extortion in Lagos State,
    meaning that the recently arrested kidnap kingpin,
    Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, a.k.a. Evans may
    get a life imprisonment or death penalty
    sentence.
    The law provides for death penalty for kidnappers
    whose victims die in their custody, and life
    imprisonment for the act of kidnapping.
    He said that kidnapping had become a major
    threat to the safety of residents and, therefore,
    required decisive action by the government.
    “This law imposes a penalty of life imprisonment
    for kidnapping for ransom. “The law stipulates
    that, where a victim dies in the course of
    kidnapping, the suspect is liable on conviction to
    death. “Security is of utmost importance to our
    administration, and we are confident that this law
    will serve as a deterrent to anybody who may
    desire to engage in this wicked act within the
    boundaries of Lagos State. “Our justice system
    will be required to execute this law in absolute
    and make sure that any criminal caught faces the
    full wrath of the law,” he said.
    Recall that Evans himself had advised kidnappers
    or intending ones to desist from the act, saying it
    does not pay any longer. He had said that if he
    can be caught, then nobody can escape the police
    being that the force has improved greatly in her
    anti-crime fight.
    Evans, a billionaire kidnap kingpin had
    successfully coordinated and masterminded
    several high profile kidnappings and armed
    robberies within Lagos, Anambra and Enugu
    States. According to him, “My advise to them is
    that as they are watching me standing here with
    policemen, they should stop everything about
    that, it doesn’t pay.” He gave the advise to other
    kidnappers while leading police operatives to two
    houses in Ejigbo and Igando areas of Lagos state
    where he keeps his victims until huge ransoms
    are paid. According to him, he keeps most of his
    victims in the two houses for months. He said he
    even pays up to seven hundred thousand Naira,
    (700,000) yearly for a three bedroom flat çells’
    where the victims are kept. Upon departure from
    Igando area Evans had opined, “The Nigeria Police
    is not what it is used to be. They are far more
    advanced than they were. If they could arrest me,
    there is no criminal they can’t arrest.”

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