Ghanaian lawmaker thinks the Nigerian Inspector General of Police isn’t handling the notorious kidnapper’s arrest the right way.
The lawmaker advised the police to stop putting all information about the suspect out – Evans reportedly was arrested with a fake Ghanaian passport A Ghanaian lawmaker, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has advised the Nigerian police to desist from publicising all information about notorious kidnapper, Evans.
We gathered that Ablakwa said the Inspector General of Police is making it difficult for Ghana police to trace other members of Evans syndicate if everything Evans said is being put on television for all to see. Ablakwa said he “really would have wished that the Nigerian IGP did not put all the information as publicly as he did.”
Evans wife and children are also still residing in Ghana where he sent them off to when he realised the Nigerian police were after him. In an interview with Joy TV, Ablakwa said he hoped that Nigerian IGP shared these information with Ghana earlier other than through a television interview which would have led to more arrest of the members of his kidnap syndicate residing in Ghana.
He also urged Ghanaian security agencies to move fast to seal loopholes that allowed Evans to move stealthily in and out of Ghana. He said: “How we manage information is very critical. “It is important that with adequate tracking, the loopholes are quickly identified and closed so that other criminals, especially terrorists, would not exploit that and cause maximum damage.”
Meanwhile, Father of billionaire kidnap kingpin, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, a.k.a Evan, Stephen Onwuamadike has denied that his son gave him N3 million and a sports utility vehicle, SUV. Stephen who dismissed Evans’ claim urged the police to take him to Prophet T.B Joshua for deliverance before any other thing.