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Friday, 12 April 2019

Evans Shows The Nation He Is Not Done Yet! Makes Another Move, Pulls A Fast One On The Court

Kidnapper Evans seem not to be ready to go to jail as the criminal has decided to pull a fast one on the court by refusing to provide a lawyer that will represent him in court.


A Lagos State High Court in Ikeja on Thursday orderd affirmed kidnap boss, Chukwudimeme Onwuamadike nom aka Evans and three different litigants to guarantee they have lawful representation before June 14 as indictment counsel, Y. G. Oshoala, blamed Evans for playing games.


Evans is standing preliminary close by Uche Amadi, Ogechi Uchechukwu, Chilaka Ifeanyi, Okwuchukwu Nwachukwu and Victor Aduba on two tallies of conspiracy and kidnap of the Chief Executive Officer of

Maydon Pharmaceutical Limited, Donatus Dunu, from whose family they purportedly gathered €223,000 as payment.

At Thursday’s procedures, counsel to Evans, Amadi, Uchechukwu and Ifeanyi were missing in court.

Oshoala and Nwachukwu’s counsel, A. A. Uzokwu, blamed Evans for playing tricks in the bid to slow down his trial which had endured a few adjournments because of the nonattendance of his counsel.

Uzokwu told the court that they were prepared to continue however was crippled as a result of the nonattendance of the other defense counsel.


He said, “What is happening now is like they are like a stationary vehicle, some of us are behind that stationary vehicle and because it is not moving, we cannot move.”

Oshoala, however, urged the court to appoint counsel for the defendants.

He stated, “My Lord, yesterday, we were before your learned colleague, Justice Akintoye at the Igbosere High Court,

the case was adjourned and that was the third deferment allowed by that court at the instance of the primary defendant (Evans).

“It is a diversion they are playing and I ask the court to help the state and conjure Section 233(3) of the ACJL which enables the court to choose counsel for the litigants in these conditions.

“We brought our witness from out of the purview or if the respondents so wish, they can defend themselves, it is their established right.”


Following the advancement, the presiding judge, Justice Hakeem Oshodi, commanded Evans and the three different litigants to guarantee they have lawful representation before June 14.

He additionally coordinated that counsel from the Office of the Public Defender ought to be in court on the following deferred date to speak to the respondents on the off chance that they neglected to get guidance to speak to them in court.

Following the advancement, the managing judge, Justice Hakeem Oshodi, commanded Evans and the three different respondents to guarantee they have legitimate representation before June 14.


He additionally coordinated that counsel from the Office of the Public Defender ought to be in court on the following adjourned date to speak to the respondents in the event that they neglected to get counsel to represent them in court.


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