Abba Kyari forced me to accept being a kidnapper by killing six people in my presence – Evans

On Friday, suspected kidnap kingpin, Chukwudimeme Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans denied being a kidnapper despite initially admitting to series of kidnap cases across the country.

Speaking during a hearing at Ikeja Special Offences Court, the suspect accused suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari, of forcing him into accepting being a kidnapper after killing six people in his presence.

Asked why he was looking unperturbed and jovial in court: a gesture that appeared he was guilty of the charges against him, Evans said: “The police told me to laugh and smile in the video. You do not know what I encountered in the hands of Abba Kyari and his boys. My eyes saw hell.

“One┬áday at the IG Guest House, the police brought some documents and asked me to sign. I asked what the documents were for, but they didn’t answer me. They said that if I didn’t cooperate with them they would kill me.Asked why he was looking unperturbed and jovial in court: a gesture that appeared he was guilty of the charges against him, Evans said:

“The police told me to laugh and smile in the video. You do not know what I encountered in the hands of Abba Kyari and his boys. My eyes saw hell.”

Evans added: “One day at the IG Guest House, the police brought some documents and asked me to sign. I asked what the documents were for, but they didn’t answer me. They said that if I didn’t cooperate with them they would kill me.

“They killed about six persons in my presence and I signed the document, I was not allowed to read it. I think it is the document that was used to bring me to court. “

Worthy of mention, Evans is standing trial alongside ex-soldier Victor Aduba on a four-count charge of kidnapping and unlawful possession of firearms.

 

Show More