Police seized the properties of Kidnappers kingpin Collins Ezenwa, known as E-Money.

The Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, has seized properties of late kidnap kingpin, Collins Ezenwa, who is also known as E-Money. PAY ATTENTION: READ https://advertall.co.uk/search/?country_id=716 The former policeman was killed in a gunfight with policemen sometime in 2018.

E-Money’s properties that were acquired from his kidnap proceeds has been seized by the police Kidnapping is a major menace in some parts of Nigeria and several security personnel in the country have tried to curb this ill. PAY ATTENTION: READ https://advertall.co.uk/search/?country_id=716 Imo state big boy and former policeman, Collins Ezenwa, better known as E-Money, was killed by policemen sometime in January 2018 during a gunfight in Owerri. Collins had been on his way to kidnap a South African based business man when he was killed. PAY ATTENTION: READ https://advertall.co.uk/search/?country_id=716

the reporter gathered the report that the Inspector General of Police Special Intelligence Response Team, IRT, has confiscated E-Money’s properties which were acquired with proceeds from his kidnapping exploits. E-Money’s property

High kidnap threat in all parts of Nigeria – UK issues fresh travel advisory to its citizens Some of the valuables include 10 cars, 13 buildings, three AK-47 rifles, a truck and two tippers. According to the reporter, an unnamed source revealed that some of his properties were seized in Enugu, Owerri and Abia state. He said: PAY ATTENTION: READ https://advertall.co.uk/search/?country_id=716 Four of his buildings, including a hotel, was recovered in Enugu State. Seven were traced to Owerri and Okigwe areas of Imo State, while one was traced to Aba, Abia State. The reporter further revealed that all his properties are now in custody of the police.

The reporter gather the  reported earlier that six lecturers were reportedly kidnapped in Osun state. Six lecturers of the Osun state College of Education were reportedly kidnapped in the Onikan Oje area of the state. News of the abduction was contained in a report published by Vanguard on Wednesday, December 5.