Billionaire Kidnapper Evans Loses In Court

Billionaire Kidnapper Evans Loses In Court

An Ikeja High Court has told kidnapper boss Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike a.k.a. Evans that there was no verification that he was tormented by the police. 

Giving a decision conceding Evans’ June 11 , 2017 confession booth explanation into proof , Justice Hakeem Oshodi , noticed that the 1999 Constitution did not necessitate that announcements to the police must be in a particular frame.

As per News Agency of Nigeria , NAN , the judge additionally said that dependent on Evans’ proof recorded admission played in court on Oct. 26 , 2018 , there was no verification that Evans was tormented to give subtleties of his supposed offenses as he guaranteed.

We prior detailed that the kidnapper boss guaranteed that he was tormented and compelled to make every one of the admissions he prior made to the police when he was captured.

The Judge stated , “In the video that was played in open court , the principal respondent was advised and he marked an expression of alert , when he was asked his calling he said he was a specialist , he said so with a grin.

“In the video the principal respondent asked the researching cop to compose his announcement for his benefit , the primary litigant sat on a couch and after the chronicle of the announcement , the main respondent marked.

“In the video , the court can’t perceive any intimidation coordinated at the main litigant.

“At the point when the observer for the arraignment was interviewed , he completely expressed that the principal respondent was not tormented when his announcement was taken.”

Equity Oshodi said the asserted grab boss did not give any proof to court to back the claims of additional legal killings he made against the police.

“The primary litigant has not given proof of any affectation , risk or guarantee in the preliminary inside preliminary.

“The court isn’t unaware that the principal litigant said he was slapped; cigarettes stifled staring him in the face and saw individuals being killed by the police.


“The claim that the police killed a few people is a criminal charge that he didn’t demonstrate and there is no blood found in the video.

“The principal litigant did not give any proof with regards to the treatment of the wounds he supported.

“The main respondent did not negate any piece of the video played. There is no evidence that the announcement was put forth automatically , the announcement is conceded and stamped Exhibit B , ” he said.

Following the decision , Ms Titilayo Shitta-Bey , Lagos State Director of Public Prosecution (DPP) , asked for an intermission because of the nonattendance of the fourth indictment witness , Insp. Idowu Haruna.

“My Lord , sadly the indictment witness isn’t in court and we should request a suspension.

“The observer continued damage in a mishap and he is as yet recuperating from the damage , ” she said.

Mr Olanrewaju Ajanaku , Evans’ guard guide , had no protest to the demand for an intermission.

Equity Oshodi deferred the case until Feb. 22 for continuation of the proof of Haruna and preliminary.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that amid the preliminary inside preliminary hung on Oct. 26 , 2018 , Evans guaranteed that his supposed confession booth explanation to the police was not acquired deliberately.

The supposed hijack boss affirmed that cops tormented him and made him witness executions in an offer to motivate him to admit to his violations.

Evans is standing preliminary nearby Uche Amadi , Ogechi Uchechukwu , Chilaka Ifeanyi , Okwuchukwu Nwachukwu and Victor Aduba.

The six were summoned on Aug. 30 , 2017 on two checks of connivance and hijack of the Chief Executive Officer of Maydon Pharmaceutical Ltd. , Donatus Dunu , from whose family they supposedly gathered 223 , 000 Euro (N100m) as payoff.

Evans and his co-litigants have argued not liable to every one of the charges.

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