Nigeria Police Says Recovered Monies, Properties From Kidnap Kingpin “Evans” Properly Recorded

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Hyacinth Chinweuba
The Nigeria Police has denied publications in the media on 14th October, 2017 in which detained suspected kidnap kingpin “Evans’ lawyer Olukoya Ogungbeje accused the police of extorting over N50 million and other valuables” from his client.
The police also denied report that Police team which arrested the suspect Sexually molested his Girlfriend, Amaka Offor.
In its defense thenPolice claimed that the two publications were found out to be absolute falsehood, misleading, unfounded and deliberate attempt to cast aspersion on the thorough and discrete investigation carried out by the Nigeria Police Force  in all the offences committed by Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike (popularly known as Evans) who has pleaded guilty in court to multiple kidnappings, murder, armed robbery and other capital offences.
“Virtually all the items erroneously claimed by Olukoya Ogungbeje to have been forcefully and corruptibly extorted from his client were found out to have been exaggerated. For avoidance of doubt, all monetary exhibits and other valuable properties including houses and exotic vehicles were not extorted but recovered by the IGP Intelligence Response Team during the investigation into the several cases of kidnappings, murder, armed robbery and other capital offences linked to Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike (popularly known as Evans) were duly registered and will be tendered in court as exhibits as the trial progresses.
 It is pertinent to disabuse the minds of the public who must have read the story that no police personnel within the team or anywhere else involved in the investigation of all the cases linked to Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike (popularly known as Evans) engage in any sexually molestation of the alleged Evan’s girlfriend Amaka Offor as claimed. This allegation is entirely untrue and incorrect.
The Nigeria Police Force sees these publications as a deliberate distraction and ill motives by Olukoya Ogungbeje to pervert the end of justice. He is advised to face his client’s case in court and not misleading the public.
The Force hereby enjoined members of the public to disregard and discountenance the unfounded publications’, the statement signed by CSP, Jimoh Moshood said.

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