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“I Learned Kidnapping From E-Money” – Suspected kidnapper

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A suspected kidnapper arrested by IRT, Ifeanyi Asiegbuelam, has narrated how he became a kidnapper with the help of the late billionaire kidnapper, collins Ezenwa aka E-money.

The 32-year-old man, Asiegbuelam, said that despite working for Collins to carry out several crimes, he did not make him rich.

In a report sighted by MandyNews.com, on Punch News Asiegbuelam, was arrested by policemen in Cross Rivers State and handed over to IRT operatives, claimed that he met E-money, who was killed alongside two other gang members, five years before he joined the Nigeria Police Force.

He said, “Few years into the trade, I met E-money in Owerri and he was also an okada rider at the time. E-money and I became very close friends.”

He said, “E-money showed up in my house one day in a dark-tinted Toyota Prado SUV, and there he invited me to join his kidnapping enterprise. On the first operation, I went with him, we drove to Okigwe, where we kidnapped a man in his car.

“It was after my last arrest that I realised that E-money made so much money from our business and left me a poor man begging for money.” he realised.

Collins Ezenwa aka E-money & his gang of Armed robbers were killed by SARS on January 28, 2018.

It was gathered that more than 13 buildings including a hotel, seven cars, two SUVs, one Hilux truck, a commercial bus, two tipper-lorries and a trailer belonging to the late E-Money were claimed by the federal government of Nigeria.

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