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eBay Worldwide Kidnap
Author: Olusola David, Ayibiowu 

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Kidnap in Our World Today

Updated: Dec 2017

Author: Olusola David, Ayibiowu

 

 

 


Over the years research has revealed that Latin kidnapped the word "plagion" from ancient Greek and it ended up in English as "plagiarism". It literally means "to kidnap" - most commonly, to misappropriate content and wrongly attribute it to oneself.
However, the word plagiarism is derived from the Latin word plagiare, which means to kidnap or abduct. The word began to be used in the English language sometime during the 1600s.

While it originally meant to literally kidnap someone, it gradually came to mean to pass off, in part of whole, someone else's work as your own.
                                                                                                                                                     According to oxford Advance Learners dictionary, it means to take someone away by force and illegally, esp. in order to obtain money in return for releasing them.
                                                        
Acronym of Kidnap stated by Olusola David, Ayibiowu after much information has been gathered about the most commonly word used to . identify kidnappers are as follows:
                                                                      
K: Kid: To Kid oneself/someone in a deceptive manner or illegally
I: Identity: Either fake or real identity
D: Defraud: Someone being defrauded of something
N: Negotiate: Between the victim’s and kidnapper negotiation are bound to happen just like when someone catch somebody napping
A: Action: Forces of Action taken place by the kidnapper and victims held that was captive
P: Payment: A sum of huge amount of money requested by the kidnapper involved that is paid by their   victim’s in return to release them victim’s in return to release them urthermore, research made by the “The Arts of Public Safety Research”a book written by the Author Olusola David, Ayibiowu stated in his book that “Kidnapping Is An Abuse of Public Safety”

Therefore, in order to prove this statement we need to critically look at what happened on the June 10, 2017, Lagos, Nigeria about the Genius Billionaire Kidnapper.

Inside Story Of The Last Abduction That Nailed Billionaire Kidnapper Evans

Report has it that for seven years, suspected dare-devil kidnapper, Chukwudemeje George Onwamadike aka Evans, escaped police dragnet. His escape during his daring kidnapping runs had conferred on him supernatural invincibility of a sort. His reign, however, came to an end last Saturday, after a police special squad led by Abba Kyari, an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP), arrested him at his No 3, Fred Shoboyede Street, Magodo, Lagos home, after a fierce gun battle which lasted several hours. 

An abduction carried out by his gang on February 14 this year had paved way for his demystification. On that day, which coincidentally was celebrated all over the world as St. Valentine’s Day otherwise known as lovers day, a pharmacist and the owner of Maydon Pharmaceutical Company, Ilupeju, Lagos, Mr. Donatus Dunu, was abducted by Evans’ gang.                                                                                                             
 Dunu had barely left his office in the when he was blocked by a vehicle. Before he knew it, Evans’ gun-wielding men had stepped out of the vehicle and bundled the pharmacist into their vehicle and sped off to No 21, Prophet Asaye Close, New Igando, a Lagos suburb where he was kept for three months.

Evans subsequently demanded the payment of a sum of one million euros as ransom. Despite efforts to make Evans see reason and reduce the money, he would have none of it, even after a sum of N100 million had been paid to him. It was either the money was paid or Dunu paid with his life.
While looking for the money, Dunu’s wife, who is also a director of the company, staff members organized prayers for the safe return of their boss. One of the workers said: “We did not only pray but engaged in fasting too. Who will not pray and fast if his or her boss was in such condition? It was really traumatic for us.” by Sahara Reporters

The Shameful Tales And His Different Media Names, By Chukwuemerie Uduchukwu
Nigeria's social media space had been dominated by a story of a billionaire who reportedly confessed making his huge cash through kidnapping.                                                                  

The billionaire who hails from Nnewi reportedly told the police how he made millions of dollars from ransoms paid by his victims.                                                                                                                           
Recently, Vanguard Newspaper also published a story where the wife of the ‘genius’ denied knowledge of her husband’s career, pleaded for forgiveness and promised that he will repent.
                                                                                                                                                        Billionaire kingpin, Chukwudi Dumeme Onuamadike, aka Evans, has led a team of Policemen from the Federal Anti-kidnapping Unit to detention camps for people he abducted.
                                                                                                                                                                He took operatives to the locations at the weekend. The separate buildings, located in Igando and Ikotun in Lagos, were the hideouts his captives were kept for days, weeks or months while negotiation for ransom were made.
Police say they will provide an update on what was discovered at the buildings in the course of   Evans was arrested on June 10 at Magodo Estate in Lagos.
Six members of his gang were also apprehended.
They were paraded last weekend at headquarters of the Lagos State Police Command by the Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Jimoh Moshood.
The operation that bursted the gang was led by ACP Abba Kyari. the week. It involved Special Forces including the Intelligence Response Team, Lagos Police Command’s Anti-Kidnapping Unit and Technical and Intelligent Unit of the Force under the supervision of the Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni.

In a shut shell:

Billionaire Kidnapper: How me and my gang hijacked bullion vans, stole N200m – Evans

Billionaire kidnap kingpin, Chukwudi Onuamadike, also known as Evans has revealed how he and his gang attacked bullion vans while he was in the crime world.
                                                                                                                                                   Addressing journalists on Friday, Evans disclosed in one of their operations along Aba-Port Harcourt road in Abia State, they made away with the sum of N200m. Evans noted that the operation was one of three of such.
                                                                                                                                                     According to Evans, “In 2007, I travelled to South Africa to deal in drugs and returned to Lagos the following year after a customer, who did not want to pay for a drug I supplied him, shot me on the shoulder.
“With the little money I had from my trip to South Africa, I came back to Nigeria and a friend of mine, Kingsley, introduced me to one of his gang members known as Too-Much-Money in Abia State.
“Too-Much-Money got me involved in the bullion van robbery.
“We hijacked a tipper we found on the Aba-Port Harcourt Road to intercept the bullion van.
“We forced the driver and his police escort to open the van. We got N80m from the van and I was given N1.8m as my share.
“Another operation was in Enugu where I met a gang leader called ND. “We adopted the same tactic to attack another bullion van containing N200m. When we wanted to share the proceeds, ND collected our guns and gave us N200, 000 each.”
Evans noted that the third robbery operation was on Umuahia Road where he and some new gang members attacked another bullion van and made N7m.
He said that the N7m he got from the operation was used to stock his shop in Lagos

Notorious kidnap kingpin Evans drops another bombshell, says he was once a victim of kidnap  By: Wale Akinola
  
- The notorious kidnap kingpin,Evans has dropped another bombshell - He said he was once a victim of kidnap in 2015 by another gang of kidnappers in Anambra state - Evans was on Saturday June 10 arrested by the police detectives in Lagos Another shocking revelation emerged on Thursday June 16 as the notorious kdinapper, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans, told police detectives how he was abducted in 2015 by another gang of kidnappers operating in the eastern part of the country.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Vanguard reports that the detectives succeeded in recovering a gold ring worth $75,000 from his house. NAIJ.com gathered that Evans said a gang of desperate kidnappers trailed him from Nnewi, his home town sometime in 2015, while he was cruising in his brand new black latest G-Wagon towards the commercial city of Onitsha in Anambra state.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             He said the period was the era when he was terrorizing the east with his criminal contemporaries like late Ngwu Ekere Omu, Vampire, Osisikanku and others. He disclosed that when he got to a spot close to Onitsha, the gun-totting young men intercepted and bundled him into their car and zoomed off towards Enugu-Onitsha express way.                                                                                                                                                                                                              
 According to him, “When they ended up at a hidden spot which I later knew was inside one of the riverside areas in Anambra state, they brought me out for interrogation. I boldly introduced myself as Evans. Initially, they were shocked but later they started looking at me with skepticism.                                                                                                                                                                                                                           “I then asked them the name of their leader and after they reluctantly told me it was ND, short for Ndubisi, I informed them that he was serving a prison term at the Port-Harcourt prisons. “That was when they started believing that I was the notorious Evans, widely known in crime circles. Nevertheless, they put a call to their leader in Port-Harcourt prison and as soon as they mentioned my name, he ordered them to take me back to where they picked me without delay.” It was learned that ND, their leader, who is still serving a long sentence in Port-Harcourt prisons, masterminded the first kidnap incident in Lagos state in 2011.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Also, police detectives have recovered a gold ring worth over $75 from the house of the kidnap kingpin after carrying out another thorough search in his mansion at Magodo phase 2, Lagos. Documents discovered inside the house also showed that just four days before his arrest, he sent N20 million to his wife in Ghana through a Bureau de Change which was delivered to her in Ghanaian currency, Cedi.                                                                                                                                                                                                   This is as they were said to have also recovered another mansion belonging to him in Ghana, making three, the number of mansions he has in the West African country. NAIJ.com also gathered that detectives attached to the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Team, IRT, led by Abah Kyari, have commenced inventory of all the landed and physical properties owned by the arrested kidnap kingpin, Evans.                                                                                                                                                                                                           This is as they are also investigating all the transactions he carried out with banks in the country within the period he was terrorising Nigerians. Reliable sources informed that they will spread their dragnets to every part of the country where he operated and even neighbouring countries where he was reputed to always run to after collecting huge ransoms from his victims. Sources said Ghana and South Africa will top the list of countries where they hope to liaise with International police, Interpol, in tracking the suspect’s assets.                                                                                                                                                          
PAY ATTENTION: Read the news on Nigeria’s #1 new app According to the sources; another vital area the detectives will focus on is telecommunication. “This is because we would like to find out how he was able to knock out our intelligence efforts towards arresting him for so long.                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
"If not that the Inspector-General of Police equipped us with the latest communication gadgets, it would have been impossible to arrest Evans. “So far, Evans, has been trying to recant all the confessional statements he made earlier during interrogation but I assure you that very soon, he will open up and we will nail him finally,” police sources stated.’’                                                                                                                       
NAIJ.com had previously reported that Evans said he would not have been arrested if his charms had not failed him at the last minute. He said he didn’t know what went wrong with his charm that made it possible for the police to apprehend him.



Kidnap kingpin, Evans reveals how he gave his father N3m, SUV
Suspected kidnap kingpin Chukwudumeje George Onwuamadike, alias Evans, has revealed how he gave his father N3million cash, a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) and a Hilux Van before he stopped visiting his hometown, Umudim, Nnewi in Anambra State.
Evans made the allegation ‎when detectives took him to one of the dens his gang used for the detention of victims This is contrary to the earlier claim by his father who said he had not given him any meaningful thing.
Evans, who said he believed his father must have started the pig husbandry from the money he gave him, blamed the man for what he turned into.
He said: “Before I stopped going home, I gave my father N3million and I bought him jeep and pick up van.
“I believe that part of the money I gave him was what he used to establish the piggery business. Had it been my father had taken good care of me, I wouldn’t have become what I am today.
“I dropped out of school at JSS2, when my father refused to send me to school. I have been fending for myself since I was 10 with the support of my mother, presently my mother is paralyzed. She’s on sick bed.

“My wife was only lying that she did not spend part of my money. She only wants Nigerians to have sympathy for me. She did not know I was into kidnapping. I only told her that I am into drug, which she advised me to stop because it is dangerous.”
“I believe in God, that was why I mandated my wife to always wake my children up for prayers. My favourite bible passage is Psalm 23. My wife does not know why I loved the Psalm so much. I loved it because of the sins I have committed. I always asked my children to ask for forgiveness for me and also pray that I should not die young.
“I believe in God, because he’s the only one that can save me from the problem I find myself in. I believe it was greed that pushed me into kidnapping. I don’t believe in Juju.”
Although detectives said Evans held Chief James Udoji and five other victims hostage in the Jakande camp until their families paid demanded ransom, Evans said he only had three victims inside the building.
He said: “I have just three camps in Lagos where I kept some of the victims, I kidnapped, and the camps are in Jakande, Igando and Gowon area of the state. 

One of notorious kidnapper Evans’ victims who paid $1.2million dollars to regain his freedom has narrated the horror he suffered at Evans’ hands.

Chief James Uduji, Chairman of Cometstar cable Manufacturing Limited, was released by his abductors after 42 days. He had just returned to Nigeria from Canada where he visited his wife who gave birth a month before. One week after, he was kidnapped.“ Another victim Emesbos who paid $300,000, while the third person paid N250,000. 
 
How they operate
How they operate is that, they keep a hostage keeper, which is someone that would be guiding kidnap victims so that any time their boss wants to call, he would call that person. When he calls the person, the person would bring the phone to the victim and hold the phone for you talk to him.
They were always communicating. They did not maltreat me because of my condition but I heard them maltreating the victim in the other room with hot iron and the person would be crying.
Before they start that, they would go and put on their generator so that their neighbours would not be hearing. That guy was a terror.
Feeding pattern
They were feeding me with one useless Indomie. I was just managing to eat to keep my life moving. They asked what kind of drugs I was taking but I told them I was not on drugs. I did not make trouble with them but there was a day I tried to escape. I was scared whether all the neighbours were their gang members or not.
Again, even if I would have escaped, I would have been naked because before you go to the bathroom, they take away your boxers. When you finished, you knocked at the door and turned your face to the wall as they gave you your boxer to wear.
They would blind fold you and put you in chains again.

Evans advises kidnappers to stop crime

…Says it doesn’t pay
By Nwafor Sunday
 

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”, Evans tells his fellow comrade. He made it known to newsmen in an interview conducted by the ‘Channels Television’ while leading the police operatives to two houses in Ejigbo and Igando areas of Lagos state. It was reported that Evans keeps most of his victims in the two houses for months. He pays seven hundred thousand Naira, (700,000) yearly for a three bedroom flat. Upon departure from Igando area Evans 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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