Notorious Kidnapper: Many Lies Of Evans’ Wife…Mother’s Mansion Revealed

Notorious Kidnapper Many Lies Of Evans’ Wife…Mother’s Mansion Revealed

Uchenna Precious Onwuamadike, wife of the billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudidumeme George Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans came to the public light at the weekend appealing to the law enforcement authorities to show mercy on her husband because of herself and the innocent children.

She took time to take photograph of the four guiltless children from her base in Ghana to denounce her kidnap kingpin husband of waywardness that had since affected the family image.

She denied having knowledge of Evans’ kidnapping spree as she shed “crocodile” tears to reveal her innocence of the whole crime despite myriads of evidence by police detectives that she is one of the agents being used by the husband to collect ransom from victims.

Chukwudidumeme George Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans' Mansion at Magodo Area of Lagos

Chukwudidumeme George Onwuamadike a.k.a Evans – His Mansion at Magodo Area of Lagos

One of the documents found in Evans mansion at Magodo Area of Lagos showed when and how the husband sent the sum of N20 million to Precious through a Bureau De Change, who converted the money to Ghanaian Cedi.

Yet, precious lied that the largest sum she ever collected from Evans was N200, 000, negating the findings of the police investigating team that the woman was not only serving as wife, she doubled as agent for Evans to collect ransom in their business of abduction.

Precious claimed to have only N30, 000 in a Diamond Account and that she did not know that her husband was so rich until he was arrested by the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Team led by Deputy Inspector General of Police, Abba Kyari.

Precious’ recent photograph, parading her five children on the pages of newspapers did not only show how crafty she could be but revealed the extent she could go to gain public sympathy to cover up for her greed.

Precious told the police detective that she had not been able to speak to her husband for some months but Investigation showed that both of them had communicated on phone shortly before his arrest in Magodo.

Evans told the police that he would prefer to die, adding that he had seen it all but his wife precious wanted him free with the option that all his properties be sold while the proceeds be given to the children of the poor.

It was revealed during the course of investigation that Evans once detained a victim for 42 days and took about $1.2 million, part of which was sent to Precious in Ghana to develop one of Evans’ two properties.

Though findings showed that Evans father, Mr. Stephen Onwuamadike had divorced his wife, it appeared the notorious kidnapper was still given some funds to the father.

The father, a piggery farmer was devastated when he learnt about his son’s atrocities and present predicament he had caused the family and the country.

However, Evans mother, Mrs. Chinwe Onwuamadike was living large until recently when her son was apprehended.

Evans mother built a mansion in her maiden home, Akamili, Umudim in Nnewi

Evans mother’s mansion in her maiden home

Our correspondent gathered that Mrs. Onwuamadike was a beneficiary of proceeds of crime committed by her son Evans and that she built a mansion in her maiden home, Akamili, Umudim in Nnewi.

Following the arrest of Evans, residents of Akamili Umudim and people from neighbouring community began to troop to Mrs. Onwuamadike palatial edifice to see if it had been seized by government.

It was gathered that commercial motorcyclists made good sum of money taking visitors and journalists to the residence, which had since been deserted since the news of Evans arrest got to the place.

Evans mother, whom according to information hardly lives in the mansion was seen briefly at the residence and left.

“Since about five days ago that she came here, she has not returned. We learnt that she left for Lagos the same day,” a villager told our correspondent.

However, the traditional Monarch of the community had warned residents to stop bringing visitors to the residence and cautioned the commercial motorcycle operators to desist from plying the area.

As a matter of fact the traditional council of the community had proposed a fine on anybody found to be discussing about the Evans predicament even though he never did anything to help the community.

Meanwhile, a source at the community told our correspondent that most abductions that occurred in Nnewi were masterminded by Evans with the proceeds spent on his mother and wife.