Following the arrest of Nigerian billionaire kidnap kingpin and criminal mastermind, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, popularly known as Evans, the arrested suspect has revealed how he contracted colon cancer.
Recall that the kidnap kingpin’s family had begged for his life, pleading that Nigerians and the Nigerian government should have mercy on him as he was under some kind of spell to have carried out all the kidnappings.
Evans who revealed that he was a drug trafficker who frequented South Africa but switched into the bullion van heist and then kidnapping after one of his clients failed to pay and shot him revealed that his drug trafficking business cost him his health.
While taking policemen to his other hideouts in Lagos yesterday, Evans revealed that he contacted Colon Cancer while he was trafficking drugs.
Speaking at one of the Igando dens, Evans noted that he used to swallow wraps of cocaine and one of it burst in his stomach leading to the colon cancer.
The family man who was reported to have wired the sum of N20 million to his wife in Ghana four days before his arrest revealed that he is a good family man and usually leads his family in prayer because he knew he was a bad person who had done so many terrible things.
He added: “My father cannot say that I didn’t take care of him and my other siblings.
“I took good care of my father even when he didn’t take care of me. My father lived a very wayward life as a person.
“He stopped paying my school fees which made drop out of school. He went on to marry a second wife. As if that wasn’t enough, my father took a third wife and he married her as a 70-year-old man.
“I was not happy with my father, that was why I don’t go close to him but I made sure I provided all his needs. I bought him a car and a bus. They are in our compound and I also gave him N3 million which he used for his pig and fish farming business.”
At his other den in Ejigbo, Evans broke down saying: “I know I have done terrible things but I want to be forgiven. I also want to advise other criminals to turn a new leaf.
“The Nigeria Police is not what it used to be. They are far more advanced than they were. If they could arrest me, there is no criminal they can’t arrest.”