I did not know my husband was a kidnapper – Billionaire kidnapper’s wife, Precious

I did not know my husband was a kidnapper – Billionaire kidnapper’s wife, Precious

Wife of billonaire kidnap kingpin, Chikwudubem Onwuamadike, a.k.a Evans has reacted to the arrest of her husband.

The woman, who gave her name as Uchenna Precious Onwuamadike said she was not aware her billionaire husband was a kidnapper.

She made the denial in a telephone conversation with Vanguard from Ghana.

The 31-year-old woman also said Evans never told her the kind of business he was doing, but only told her his friend abroad supplies him with gold jewelries.

She said, “I was not aware that he was into kidnapping and all the criminal acts he has been associated with now.

“All I know about his business is that he was into haulage, buying engine and spare parts for trucks and imports exhaust pipes.

“That was what he told me. The reason he kept me in Ghana was because he said our children should get quality education.

“I have spent six years here and after I stopped hearing from him, I called and complained bitterly but he said I should stay for some time. I then called his friend, Okechukwu, who now lives in China. He told me that he has not been seeing him and that he spends most of his time with a girlfriend in Festac.

“When I called him to complain, he was angry with me and warned that I should stop listening to gossip.

“He said that If I should return, I should go to his younger brother’s house in Lagos until he is ready to get accommodation for us.

“The brother was formally living in Lagos but he is in Brazil now. So, when it was impossible to pay my children’s school fees, I packed my bags and baggage and came back to Lagos with our children.

“We stayed at his brother’s house at Agric, close to Trade Fair until he took us to a house in Magodo where he claimed he owed rent pending the completion of his own house there.

“We have spent just one year in that house in Magodo. I have no idea of the type of business he was into but he told me that his friends overseas used to buy phones and jewelries for him.”

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