Victims of Evans the kidnap kingpin have cried out that their lives are in danger.
The latest news on the story that has shocked Nigerians has to do with some of the victims of Evans the kidnapper.
Some of the victims have cried out that their lives are in danger because members of Evans' kidnapping syndicate are still at large.
Chief Donatus Dunu who luckily escaped Evans' kidnap hideout in Igando is not happy that one of his workers Emeka Egbulugha who he claims had worked with Evans has been released by the Nigerian Police Force.
Dunu, who is the boss of Maydon Pharmaceutical Company, in Ilupeju, Lagos, maintains that he saw Emeka at the kidnappers' hideout in Igando, where he was in for two months.
Another victim of the kidnap kingpin has also spoken up. While remaining anonymous, this victim who was in captivity for six months still fears for his life. Read his statement below;
"I am yet to get over the shock of my kidnap. Honestly, I am afraid to talk about it because I believe a lot of his members are still walking free. The police have done well by arresting him but they should round up all his other gang members.
“I was detained for six months until my family paid the last dime demanded. I have been hiding since my release. I know the trauma Evans and his members put me through. Till this day, I get scared when his name is mentioned. It took me two months before I could sign my cheque.
“Now, I heard that criminal is begging for forgiveness and that people are even campaigning for his release. Has he forgotten the damage he did to my family and many others? The police should please ensure his other members walking free are caught. That’s the only way I can feel safe."