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Evans ‘files’ suit compelling police to charge him to court or release him




Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, the notorious kidnapper better known as Evans, has filed a suit seeking to compel the Nigeria Police Force to charge him to court or release him.

This was disclosed by Victor Mbidi, a correspondent of Channels television, via his twitter handle on Wednesday.

According to Mbidi, the suit was filed at a Federal High Court in Lagos, and seeks to compel the Police to either charge the suspect to court or release him from custody.

Evans was arrested by the Inspector-General of Police intelligence response team led by Abba Kyari, an assistant commissioner of police.

Police say he will be charged to court after investigations have been concluded.

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