Evans Billionaire kidnapper leads police to his detention houses in Lagos (PHOTOS)

Evans said that his arrest would mean the beginning of the end of kidnapping in Nigeria, claiming his gang's operation is the most sophisticated.

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Evans at one of the detention houses in Ejigbo, Lagos play

Evans at one of the detention houses in Ejigbo, Lagos

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Kidnap kingpin,  Chukwudi Dumeme Onuamadike, a.k.a Evans has taken Police officers from the Federal Anti-kidnapping Unit to the houses he detained his victims.

The buildings are located in  Igando and Ejigbo areas of Lagos.

One of Evans' detention houses in Igando area play

One of Evans' detention houses in Igando area

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One of Evans' detention houses in Igando area play

One of Evans' detention houses in Igando area

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While speaking to newsmen, Evans said that his arrest would mean the beginning of the end of kidnapping in Nigeria as his gang is the most sophisticated in the 'business'.

Evans was arrested on June 10, along with six suspected top members of his gang at Magodo Estate in Lagos.

His arrest followed "an intense gun battle" with the Joint Special Forces led by the Intelligence Response Team, the Lagos State Police Command’s Anti-Kidnapping Unit and Technical and Intelligent Unit of the Force under the supervision of the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State.

One of Evans' detention houses in Ejigbo, Lagos play

One of Evans' detention houses in Ejigbo, Lagos

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They were paraded at the headquarters of the Lagos State Police Command by the Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Jimoh Moshood.

 

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