Billionaire kidnap kingpin Evans wishes he could just die at the moment as the humiliation is too for him to bear after falling from grace to grass.
Billionaire kidnapping kingpin, Chukwudi Dememe Onwuamadike, aka Evans, says he is tired of life and would not minding sleeping and not waking up the next day because of the embarrassment and humiliation he has been made to go through since he was arrested.
Evans who was nabbed in his palatial mansion in the Magodo Phase II GRA in the Shangisha area of Lagos State on June 10, 2017, by operatives of the Inspector General of Police Intelligence Response Team [IRT], told the Vanguard that he can't stand the humiliation again and wishes to die.
An emotional Evans who is said to weep most of the time inside his cell narrated that he had seen it all, tasted untold affluence and there is nothing for him to live for especially as has been diagnosed with Colon cancer.
The 36-years-old notorious suspect, a native of Akamili in Umudim Quarters, Nnewi, Nnewi North Local Government Area of Anambra State, told reporters amidst tears that he was being humiliated beyond limits, noting that he preferred dying than to continue living in pains.
"I want to die. I can't stand this humiliation. What am I living for? When I saw the policemen dash towards me, I ran inside. I was not running to escape. I ran to see if I could end it before they could take me.
But time was short. They followed me into the room. I have seen it all, I want to die and have some rest. The only thing I want now is for the government to take care of my children, educate them and don't allow them to become criminals.
I have begged Abba Kyari, [the leader of the team that arrested him] to do this for me and he assured me that the Lagos State government would take them to an orphanage home where they would grow to become better persons in the society.
I have been diagnosed with Colon Cancer and I wish I could die now. I lived in affluence though I was always on the run from the police. I did not enjoy the proceeds of my crime because the police were always after me," an emotional Evans said.
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