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How I Escaped from Notorious Kidnapper Evans and his Gang – Victim



How I Escaped from Notorious Kidnapper Evans and his Gang - Victim

Chukwudi Dumeme Omwuamadike alia Evans

One of the victims of notorious kidnapper Chukwudi Dumeme Omwuamadike alia Evans, who escaped captivity has come out to narrate his ordeal.

The victim who preferred to be referred to as Donatus, said he was held for 90 days and never saw the sun throughout his time in captivity.

The victim who is said to be the owner of a major pharmaceutical company in Nigeria with outlets in major cities of the world, shared details of his time in captivity and subsequent escape with Vanguard.

See below:

How he Was Kidnapped

On the 14th February, 2017, at about 7:30pm, while I was going home from my office at Ilupeju, I suddenly saw an SUV opposite me. I wanted to reverse but somebody in the front came down with a long gun and dragged me out from my car. He pushed me inside the SUV.  Immediately they moved away from the street, they transferred me to the back of the SUV and covered me with a car mat while one of them sat on top of me. They drove me to an unknown place but before we got there, the one at the back with me now put iron (chain) on my hands.  There were about five of them in the SUV. I was carried away and didn’t know what to say. I was afraid for my life and was thinking whether they were assassins or kidnappers because I have some cases in the court. So, I thought maybe those people are the ones after me.

The Hideout

When we got there, they asked me to come down but remain faced down, which I did. The house was a bungalow with a parlour and their generator was on. They asked me; are you Chief Donatus, I said yes, what’s your wife’s name? I told them. They now told me that they were not going to harm me, that what they wanted was their own share and that I should corporate. After that, they brought out one AK-47 and a pistol with live ammunition and showed me that this is not a child’s play. They now brought out a locally made iron like chain and put on my legs, blindfolded me, then pushed me into one dark room. It was a self-contained room with bathroom and toilet inside. There was a standing fan, one high rise foam with bed spread and curtains on the widow but throughout my stay there, it was not opened even for one day. I was there till the following day. There was no food for me through out that night, but in the morning, they brought (noodles) for me after brushing. I took my bath and ate. They asked me not to look at them any time I wanted to bath so when the time comes; I raised the blindfold up a bit, making sure that they did not see me.

He Heard the Voice of his Pharmacist

After about two days, I heard a voice that sounds like my pharmacist, Emeka and it was while I was eating. Normally while eating, I used to raise the blindfold up small to enable me to see. He asked them where they kept me. As he was talking, ours eyes met and he shuddered. He withdrew, but before he left, he asked them whether they have contacted my brothers and they said no. I was hearing everything they were discussing. They even asked how they could get to my wife but he told them that my wife doesn’t usually come to the office.

How he Was Treated

What I noticed was that, in the first one week, they were not harsh but that changed all of a sudden. I used to brush every morning but it became once in a week. I noticed that, any time they wanted me to bathe, they would come to my room early morning with one small bucket of water and asked me to get up and take my bath. Then after that, everywhere would be so quiet as if nobody lived in that compound. So, in the night before they put on their generator, it used to be around 8:30pm so that the neighbourhood would now think that they have come back from their home while they were inside the house all through without any music and no television. I noticed also that, whenever their boss called them, they would put on one small radio so that neighbours would not hear whatever they were discussing.

The “Chairman” (Evans)

After five days there, I started getting weak and I asked them how much I have to pay. Their manager now called their chairman and they discussed. Their chairman, as they called him, was not discussing with anybody except the manager, they were three. The manager now came to me and said his boss said my bill was two million dollars. I asked where I would get that kind of money. We don’t usually keep money at home; we do borrow from banks to do business. After much pleading, he reduced it to one million dollars. But after two days, he said, he has gotten more information about me and it’s no more dollars again, it’s one million Euros. At exactly two weeks of my hostage, they contacted my brother through the phone number I gave them. When he called my brother, he asked his manager to connect me, I think it was a conference call because he was hearing the conversation but whenever he wanted to talk to me, he would put it on pause and would tell me what to tell my family.


Initially, I was telling my brother that, they said it was one million Euros but he said, “No, that I’m a mad person, that I should tell my brother that I have agreed with them that it is one million Euros” and I did so. My brothers were crying because where would they get such an amount of money. There were times they would be beating me so that my brothers would hear and know that I was suffering. That iron was on my leg throughout my stay in the place except when I was going to bath. They used to serve me (noodles) twice a day or some times, Semo with one meat. They used to cook in the house. There was a lady that used to come and cook for them. The lady used to come with a small girl. My brother called and said that there was no money but they managed to gather fifty million and he said my brothers were all mad, that if they did not complete the money, he was prepared to keep me for the next one year and that they were not paying rent and that they were the owners of the house. For one month, I was there because gathering that money was not easy. I did not know whether I was the only victim there or not because throughout my 90 days incarceration, I was only in that one room. He vowed to collect the ransom complete. My brothers went to collect a lot of money from our relatives. I know when it was one hundred million, but he still insisted. I knew there was a time the exchange dropped, so, he now asked them not to change the money. When he said one million Euros, the Euro was about five hundred and thirty Naira per Euro. So, when the rate was dropping, he asked them not to change, that it was now Naira they wanted because he thought Naira was gaining value, which would have been five hundred million.

When my brother now told them that he was not able to get one hundred million, they said he was talking rubbish. It was Tuesday before Easter; my brothers were doing everything to get me out to celebrate Easter with them. He now called my brother and said he should bring whatsoever they had; my brother now told them what he had. He told my elder brother that he was going to be the one that would deliver the money and that he would shoot his two legs if he tried to joke with them. They were all quarreling. The manager now took the phone from me and started insulting my brother that, he was very stupid, and very wicked, that he wanted me to die so that he could go and inherit my property. On Thursday, before Easter, I asked the manager about their chairman. I used to chat with them, and I was trying to be friendly with them. Then the manager told me that the chairman traveled to America.  He came back the next Sunday after Easter. I now asked; can I talk to my brothers? Because it was like I have already been cut off from the real world.

Publication of his Kidnap

So, the first publication about my abduction in Vanguard newspapers was on Saturday, then, the chairman (Evans) called his manager and was speaking with anger saying that my brother wanted to kill me. After the call, his manager now came to me to say that, “your brother doesn’t want you alive. He went to do a newspaper publication while he has been begging that he doesn’t have money. Now, where did he get the money to do the publication?” On Sunday, the chairman called to say that I should thank my God, that if they had published that story in Vanguard before now, there was no way he wouldn’t have collected one billion Naira from me. Then on Tuesday, the story was everywhere on Facebook. The chairman now called the manager again complaining bitterly about the publication on Facebook. But again, I pleaded with them that my brother didn’t have Facebook account just like me. He doesn’t have time for all these things, maybe it could be women that did that. They were very angry about that newspaper publication. After that, there was no communication from the chairman even my brothers again.

Evans Requested for Change of Negotiator

Exactly one month after Easter, he now called again that he didn’t want to discuss anything with my brothers again, that I should call another person. I now called my cousin and the manager asked me to tell chairman whenever he called that, my brother wanted to kill me so he should hands off this case. One day after that discussion with the chairman, I heard Emeka, my pharmacist discussing with them. Normally, he did come there every day. Sometimes, he stayed till late night. And I was overhearing his voice. At a point I thought, he was no longer living with his wife because he stayed late there.

The Plan to Kill Him

I heard Emeka discussing with manager but what drew my attention was when the manager said “….ehh…for that reason, we don’t have choice than to kill him, we would kill him. We don’t have alternative than to kill him. I overheard Emeka calling my staff from there. He was complaining that I was very wicked, that this was what I have done to some persons. He was complaining that one of my pharmacists was not cooperating. When I now heard that they would kill me, I now encouraged myself that, maybe it’s not me. There was a day Emeka came again and said, “If you want to kill him, kill him, in fact, kill him” until that week that I escaped from them on Wednesday, Emeka came again and asked them whether they have killed me. They said no…that it is going to be on Friday night. I said to God, that it has been said that nobody knows when he is going to die but it is like I know when I’m going to die. Even the first day that they made up their mind to kill me, the manager now called the one that traveled to come back so I thought it was going to be that night. I was counting the days because I did not know when my end would come. I didn’t even know that this was even almost two months after collecting ransom from my brothers. I didn’t know that they collected it. I was told this when I came out. When their Chairman traveled, I thought he traveled to America like his people said or South Africa maybe; he went to save the money. Throughout that Wednesday, I wasn’t myself even when they brought the (noodles), I couldn’t eat.

How he Escaped

It was on Friday night that my miracle happened. Way back, for the 90 days period of my captivity, I was trying to remove that iron from my leg without success, but that night around 2:00 am to 3:00 am, something asked me to get up and I got up and prayed. After that, the voice said to me that I should try opening that padlock which I did. I squeezed small size of the bed spread and passed it through the padlock and pulled it with little effort once, and the padlock opened. I said to myself, God, if I go and these people catch me, I will die, and if I remain here till daybreak, I would also die. So, the best thing is that, let me go and try it. It was God that opened this padlock, because I know that it wasn’t my personal power. That God will lead me out. Before then, I had begged them to be leaving the door linking my room to the parlour open so that I will be getting fresh air from there. Luckily, there was light that night and there was curtain and linen, so I made sure that the inside of my room was darker than the parlour so that, even if they opened the curtain and look inside, they would not see me.

There were two of them sleeping at the parlour and because there was light that night, I couldn’t step on anyone of them. I said to my God, I will go; I will go. I left for the parlour, from there to the kitchen. There, I saw another burglary at the kitchen door and I concluded that I could not open it and had to go back through the parlour to my dark room again while those people were still sleeping. I carried the iron and put it back on my legs but didn’t lock it again.

One mind said I should go again, I should go and try, I got up again went through the parlour yet, they did not notice, then I closed the back door. Luckily, the wooden door that leads outside was not locked while the burglary was locked at the middle. The upper bolt and the down ones were just held down. When I pushed the upper bolt and the down one, the burglary opened and I now went outside their compound. I saw their gate, I turned the other side and I saw something like ladder resting on the fence. Their fence had broken bottles on top of it but at that point where the ladder was, the broken bottles were not there. That was where I climbed the fence, stepped my foot and jumped to the other compound.

While inside that compound, I knocked at the door of a flat, one man and a woman came out. I told them that, I was a kidnap victim being kept in the other compound; I just managed to escape now, please help me. The man said, “Mr. Man get away from this compound before I call the police or vigilante for you” and I responded, please call the police. The man and his wife went back to sleep leaving me there alone.

All of a sudden, everywhere became quiet again. One mind told me that I should go somewhere and hide till day break which I did. Not up to ten minutes that I left to hide, my abductors now opened their gate looking for me everywhere with their motorcycles. I was in my hideout praying to God to save my life. I was there till day break. I was looking like a mad person. For three months, I had not shaved, everywhere was white, and I was only putting up a dirty boxer that I had worn for the past 90 days without washing. When those couple woke up and saw me, they were surprised and as he wanted to raise alarm, I said no, these people there don’t let them know I am here. I said to him, “please sir; can you just put me inside your boot and drive me away from here?” He said no …he was not going to do that, that I should wait here. He now said he was going to call the chairman of the estate. After about 45 minutes, they came back.

One young boy that should be above 20 years came with something like a plastic conduit wiring and started chasing me away that I should go out of the compound and he continued calling me a thief. There was this uniformed security personnel there, he hit me on the leg and I fell down. I was injured while jumping down from the fence. I now walked out of the compound to one school very close to my abductor’s gate. I was there as people gathered. I told them that, if these people come and see me here, they would kill me, this is how much I have offered them, that I’m not a thief but they insisted that I should wait until the estate chairman came. I asked what if they come with gun and all of you will run away and they will kill me.

Luckily, one young guy came and listened to me and asked if I could give him my wife’s number? I gave it to him, he called and the number did not go through. I then gave him my cousin’s number and he got him on phone. So, my cousin told him my story and he was now convinced.

From there, we took a bike to the express from where we entered a bus. While inside the bus, people were just staring at me. What they used to blind fold me was a singlet, for ninety days, there was nothing like seeing the sun, so my body turned white. When we got to Idimu police division, we did not spend up to 20 minutes when my brother came. They now contacted Ilupeju police division where they first made the report.

From there, we went to command headquarters where we wasted a lot of time before going to Anti-Kidnapping unit at Surulere. After that, we went to Igando. While going there, I could not recognize the road but the young man that took me out of that place led us to the place. So, when we got to the estate, I was able to recognize the school where they asked me to sit down which was not too far from the place where I was kept for 90 days. I recognized the house by the coconut tree there and I told the security operatives, that this was the house. When we came to the gate, it was locked with a padlock and they have all run away. They had to break it and go inside where their cars, motorcycles and all their properties left behind were there. The security operatives went inside and collected all the weapons they left behind.


His Plea to Security Agencies

Now that they have arrested their kingpin, Evans, I plead with the police that did this good job to ensure that justice is done in this case. It is obvious that many of his gang members are still on the loose. They should all be rounded up because although I have been freed, I am still not only traumatized but also afraid of my life. It is unfortunate that since I came out of this ugly experience, the police did not deem fit to provide security for me. I have since relocated with members of my family to an unknown place. It is worse even now that I have no means of livelihood. I have been wrecked after borrowing money from banks to pay the ransom. What we are trying to do now is to start paying debt to the banks.


  1. Asa

    June 18, 2017 at 5:33 pm

    And his wife thinks taking a selfie with her kids crying will free her husband? Joker

    • Osa

      June 19, 2017 at 4:39 am

      I was shuddering whilst reading the story. Pls for the sake of all NIGERIANS, Evans has to be executed.
      Whether he is remorseful or not is totally irrelevant. It will serve as a deterrent to other kidnappers. For the sake of justice
      Btw the police did no investigations. What saved the day was the self-escape of mr donatus. Otherwise the kidnappers would have moved on to the next victim.

  2. Mrs chidukane

    June 18, 2017 at 5:34 pm

    These people are very wicked. No kidnapper deserves pity or mercy. At the peak of it in aba, these people were entering churches in Sunday to kidnap people. Shooting people anyhow. Raping middle aged women. I could go on. No mercy for any kidnapper.

  3. Toluwa

    June 18, 2017 at 5:39 pm

    Gracious lord! But why are humans so evil? Ahn ahn!

    • Elias

      June 19, 2017 at 11:37 pm

      But what happened to the pharmacist. Did he go free

  4. chika

    June 18, 2017 at 5:50 pm


  5. unadite

    June 18, 2017 at 6:06 pm

    May God open our eyes to see the “Emekas” around us before they strike.

    • Bruness

      June 18, 2017 at 10:47 pm


  6. Chy

    June 18, 2017 at 6:11 pm

    I cant get over my dislike for his wife. she is lucky to know where her husband is being held, what if they kidnap him and she has to pay a ransom she cannot afford.
    Her husband ruined people financially and psychologically. Heartless.

  7. Nurumba

    June 18, 2017 at 6:27 pm

    My body cringed reading the part he was trying to escape…. going through the parlour and back to the room and all…. . like I was the one

    • survivor

      June 18, 2017 at 6:41 pm

      Looks like horror movie, if that man was cut,he would have been dead long ago

  8. nene+

    June 18, 2017 at 6:28 pm

    I am in shock! Why was Chidumeme so merciless? What kind of man are You? Do you truly deserve mercy when you showed non to your victims? You self make you judge this mata if you deserve one??
    You made your victims see hell. You ruptured our imgination. How can a human make another pay a whole 1million Dollars to secure himself! Your victims took loan to pay your “awo mbala” frog head!
    Chidumeme you are evil.
    You have brought shame to Nigeria and to the ndi Igbo. I can imagine what Ghanaians will be thinking of Nigerians. You truly deserve all you will get.

    • Osa

      June 19, 2017 at 8:12 am

      And even discussing to his hearing that he will be killed that Friday at night. Such horror and psychological torture for a person to undergo!

  9. survivor

    June 18, 2017 at 6:37 pm

    Jesu! Where are those e-diots and efulefu that said Evans should b freed,?majority of Igbo men are too greedy,look at the fool(Emeka) that was employed,did this to his Oga, later people will say theirs no work..if them no tie Evan for drum shoot am,this country no go better Again,for the wife m not moved by that idiotic display.evans is worse than Niger delta militants.

    • mua

      June 19, 2017 at 12:39 am

      and they most likely swindled the idiotic Emeka and lied to him that the family refused to cooperate, meanwhile they had collected the ransom.

    • Iya ibeji

      June 19, 2017 at 10:57 am

      People like you have come again. Always looking to point fingers as if that is the issue at hand. I hope one day if we stay as Nigeria, we can have laws where discrimination based based on tribe and tribal slurs becomes a punishable offence just like racial slur is an offence in countries like US, then your lot can either choke on your bigotry or face the law !!!

    • Nelo

      June 19, 2017 at 3:39 pm

      oh shut up! greedy people abound in all tribes and races. open your eyes to see them every where. Evans has been settling people in the police force. His time was just up. All the ritual kidnappings in Lagos and ogun state, going on for many years, why has no one been caught? are those ones not greedy too? or the human parts are for eating by paupers? big men in the south west are their patrons for politics and money.

  10. survivor

    June 18, 2017 at 6:44 pm

    He was travelling abroad to go deposit the money,abeg o can the money in foreign account be retrieved back,or are we sure the money are not in safe in those houses in Ghana

  11. survivor

    June 18, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    They got that bungalow cos,cos they might be busted if they choose to go to bush,

    • survivor

      June 19, 2017 at 6:58 am

      @Tosan,Kitipa gbagbuo gi there I know u hate to hear the thruth,na your likes dey type free Evans..faceless anu mpama.. Evan’s mum built a duplex from people sweat,then her neighborhood in Nnewi here would think the woman got a better job not thinking this is people sweats,the people they killed,the people they render homeless,wreck their businesses.

  12. survivor

    June 18, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    Tomorrow these stupids ediots will say they are developing Lagos, Bangkok, Europe etc,calling Lagos no mans land,even after collecting all this money u go a broad to go spend them,Evans spent 40m naira in that duplex in igando for the furnishing alone all imported from itally.heard the mother is on the run

    • Tosan

      June 19, 2017 at 4:29 am

      You are mad for calling know idiots.i am sure u r Yoruba,u people r the worst on earth.lazy he goats who think they r superior to others and they know nothing and have nothing.useless fool

    • Exquisite

      June 19, 2017 at 2:44 pm

      Tosan, what kind of human being are you? Why are some of you like this? Lazy he goats, really? Was that necessary. Some of you are sad and completely unreasonable. Doofus.

    • Nelo

      June 19, 2017 at 3:31 pm

      so what is paining you is that he spent the money abroad? eh yah! but come, ur omo onile brothers collected their share nau and the landlord too. your type always find a way to bring tribalism into every thing. what of the yorubas kidnapping people for rituals in lagos and ogun state nko? or because none has been caught yet like this.

      crime has no race or tribe.

  13. olu dare

    June 18, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    God loves you and pls serve him well and let JESUS indeed be your LORD and saviour.your testimony is terrifying.That your survived it is a thing of joy.The man that accompanied you is a living testimony.
    The LORD shall restore you back.we thank GOD that the triumph of the wicked is for a short time Job 20: 5..The era of Evans and all his backers are over in JESUS NAME.amen. We pray those into kidnapping will stop because of their parents and children and their tribes.Those masqurading as herdsman killing people will meet their waterloo for this nation to know peace.

    • survivor

      June 18, 2017 at 7:40 pm

      That man that accompanied him is God sent this was how they wasted captain mahama life in Ghana even after telling them he was a soldier not a criminal they lunched him

  14. Ify

    June 18, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    Evans must NOT be freed in this life or the next. Infact, his wife should be thrown in jail with him. Useless beings.

    Not just kidnapping, but blindfolding a human being for 90 good days. What kind of human being was this man? I am just so upset.

  15. Lliki

    June 18, 2017 at 8:22 pm

    Heartbreaking story! Evans along with all his associate should be sentenced to death by hanging.
    His wife, children and mother were living the flabouyant life, while his victims family and friends were running helter skelter looking for a way to gather the ransom they were obliged to pay.

    God, I just hate this man, his wife and his mother.

  16. God of mercy

    June 18, 2017 at 8:29 pm

    Heyy this story is so scary biko, heyyy my God do you know how many people this man has killed that still paid radsom? Humans are evil, pls not only Evans o Emeka most be found and brought to book certainly, and pls when you see people in need give them benefit of doubt it was indeed God that saved that man from death. Humm i fear this country

  17. Ifeanyi

    June 18, 2017 at 8:47 pm

    Pharm. Egbulugha Godson Emeka…..why? after all oga did for you

  18. Yes

    June 18, 2017 at 8:54 pm

    When Cuppy was saying Naija was not safe and that she usually goes out with escort people were bashing her. This is a horrible experience, and to think a trusted person set him up.

  19. Diamond

    June 18, 2017 at 9:16 pm


    Please what is the penalty for kidnapping? It should be nothing short of death.

  20. kkay

    June 18, 2017 at 9:17 pm

    DEATH by hanging for Evan’s! Evil seed!
    @ survivor , it’s wrong to categorize ‘majority of Igbo men as greedy’. Where’s your stats? You forgot that ‘majority of Evan’s victims are hardworking Igbo industrialists’ that employ hundreds if not thousands of Nigerians.
    It’s just like someone saying ‘majority of your brothers are….. or majority of your sisters are ….. (fill in the worst vice).
    Some Nigerians were recently arrested by the Canadian police for fraud running into millions of dollars – a wristwatch with moon dust was part of the confiscated items.
    The human lineage is made up of the GOOD, the BAD and the UGLY. No tribe or race is better than the other.

  21. Chiomah

    June 18, 2017 at 9:35 pm

    This is just a terrible story!! What wickedness. The man’s escape was nothing short of miraculous and Reminds me of my cousins escape after being held for about 80days! Like someone else said Please serve Jehovah all the days of your life. He walked out himself and the kidnappers fled. My husband was randomly kidnapped for one night and I know how terrible it was .. So traumatic I can’t imagine what having a loved one in captivity for 90days will be like.. Everyday would be torture. I pray every member of his gang is caught and faces the full wrath of the law!

  22. Diamond

    June 18, 2017 at 9:42 pm

    What is the penalty for kidnapping? Please educate me!!

    • Stephen Ron Wells

      June 19, 2017 at 11:51 am

      His innocent

    • Diamond

      June 19, 2017 at 8:20 pm

      You are extremely foolish! It is you he will kidnap next from prison. Idiot! I wanted to say God punish you, but I remember you don’t mean it, you are joking. Ok bye.

  23. Anonymous

    June 19, 2017 at 2:35 am

    Please let him be – and his family. October 2009, my father was kidnapped. This was one of the most horrible experience my family has ever encountered. It even drew us back making my family sell one property to be able to come back. Oh my younger sister was in fear, to the extent I had to stop schooling and look for a cheaper school for the family to bounce back. Friends this was horror for us. Igbos are a disgrace, with evil mind. I am an Igbo boy but sometimes I rather just stay westernized and avoid being associated to being and Igbo boy. Evans with your atrocity I believe your wife should be – and your sperms (children),

  24. Victor Adegoke

    June 19, 2017 at 6:25 am

    This Evans should die by hanging, this will serve as a lesson to other kidnappers. Some one sang that” it is the person that you know,that will kill you”.

  25. Puzzles

    June 19, 2017 at 6:59 am

    They shouldn’t kill Evans yet. They should interrogate/torture him and get the names of ALL his informants e.g the Emekas. Then death by firing squad for all of them.

    Humans are wicked. You employ someone and he plans with wicked people to kidnap and/or kill you. Some of their informants are envious family members.

    Do you know that some of the female victims are gang-raped before they are returned to their families? I know of one who died after being returned to her family as a result of being gang-raped.

    For those calling igbos criminals because of Evans, notice that the victims that have told their stories are hardworking igbo men too.

    • Nelo

      June 19, 2017 at 3:33 pm

      please tell them o.

    • Dr mekusa

      June 20, 2017 at 7:05 am

      Evans should be kill by hanging. No mercy for him

  26. Puzzles

    June 19, 2017 at 7:00 am

    PS, what happened to Emeka?

    • survivor

      June 19, 2017 at 10:04 am

      Emeka was arrested in his house at Buknor estate.. We are waiting for the wife to snap a selfie and say my hozband is not a criminal that Nigeria should forgive him

  27. I Laff in Swahili

    June 19, 2017 at 7:03 am

    May those behind the hash tag free Evans receive the Judgement from Sango, Amadioha and any other terrible God.
    Jehovah please sit this one out. Don’t intervene mbok!

  28. jumbo

    June 19, 2017 at 9:35 am

    and to think that some people are advocating for Evans Freedom, I cant but weep for my country Nigeria, Evans must face the wrath of the Law. I congratulate this Survivor, i hope the Government will sell the properties gotten from Evans and give back the proceeds to all those that were kidnapped to pay back their debts.

  29. CHELLE

    June 19, 2017 at 11:26 am

    Will their monies be returned to them. that is the ransom

  30. that uptown girl

    June 19, 2017 at 11:32 am

    A very rich industrialist from my town was kidnapped last year by this man. He was in there for upto 6 months. An insider was also informing them. Whenever they was a sale, Evans and Co would tell him there was such and such sale, such and such money was realised. They sucked this man. They finally dropped him off in the bush one night. He couldn’t walk. He was almost blind, being in a blindfold for more than six months. He is still learning how to use his legs again.

    Shame on whoever started that free Evans hasthag, shame on anyone who is sympathetic to him. He deserves to die a slow and painful death. He devastated families, caused them pain and terror, left them bankrupt and broke. How can anyone start justifying this level of wickedness?

  31. Maxie

    June 19, 2017 at 11:36 am

    To think i felt a pang of pity for this Evans guy. God please forgive me. He needs to meet the full weight of the law. Rubbish!!

    • EbonyFre

      June 19, 2017 at 3:42 pm

      Why did you feel a pang of pity for him? At what point? Why?
      I genuinely want to know and understand. I want to understand how your mind operates. I’m very curious..
      What part of all of these stories brought out feelings of pity for him in you.
      Please explain. Thank you & regards

    • funmilola

      June 19, 2017 at 8:28 pm

      Please answer the questions ebonyfre asked you, @maxiel

  32. adex

    June 19, 2017 at 11:50 am

    very wicked people, Evans have no reason to live again in fact they should make him confess to handover his gang,may thunder fire Evans and his gang

  33. get your eye test done today

    June 19, 2017 at 12:25 pm

    These kidnappers are the lowest form of human waste! No mercy for them!

  34. benjamin

    June 19, 2017 at 2:06 pm

    Some times i cant just understand people.Anytime a criminal is brought to book,some peope begin to make his offence look trivial by comparing him to what politicians are doing.

    • Bimbo

      June 19, 2017 at 7:35 pm

      Politicians and civil servants are actually worse ! They do much more harm but let’s leave their story for another day. Today is for Evans.

  35. EbonyFre

    June 19, 2017 at 3:47 pm

    This Evans man should tell us the top people that have been backing him. This story is incomplete.
    Let him know he’s going to die either ways, so he should drop names!!

    “Their own share”. Of someone else’s sweat and hard-work.

    Thank you Jesus! Thank you Father!
    Olowogbogboro at work.

    Nigerian govt. should please sell off this Evans’ properties and make sure every dime he collected from his victims are paid back to them at current market value or the amount he collected then, whichever is higher.
    Let us do the right thing for once Nigeria.
    That’s the first step. Then Evans has to pay for them to be treated psychologically, to see a therapist. He’ll pay the borrowing costs and all other miscellaneous expenses.
    Then the govt can keep the rest of his ill-gotten wealth cash, properties, investments, drug trafficking money….

  36. Beejay

    June 19, 2017 at 10:09 pm

    God bless Nigeria police for this job evans u ar ? devil

  37. Elias

    June 19, 2017 at 11:39 pm

    The pharmacist should not go free

  38. Emma

    June 20, 2017 at 10:55 am

    You must die

  39. Gabby

    June 20, 2017 at 1:03 pm

    This is very touching. I shuddered when I was reading especially wen he made his attempt to escape and the embarrassment, beating, shame he under went while tying to escape. If the two ‘guards’ had caught him, then what wud have become of him? Dumeme does not deserve any mercy at all.
    In fact, he should be made to die a slow death. Tying a rope around his neck, d rope tie to a train, then be dragged from railway station to another.
    I pray God will restore Mr Donatus. Godvt should repay him and other victims of Evans accordingly from d money collected from him(Evans).

  40. Nk

    June 20, 2017 at 4:31 pm

    Whatsoever a man sow he must reap it. Evans u must face ur judgement

  41. Uu

    June 20, 2017 at 4:37 pm

    The useless Evans should be killed instalmentally like today two legs off, tomorrow two hands off until he dies because he deserves it.

  42. Engineer junior

    June 29, 2017 at 5:51 pm

    When l read the story how he escaped ,that is the work of God,l will advice this victim’s to serve his God faithfully throughout his life and any one plead for criminal like Evans to be free should get arrested immediately and sentence to death with Evans, we don’t need such people in our society.

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