ACP, Abba Kyari Narrates How He Arrested Evans says “Evans is a very intelligent criminal with a very sound IQ”

The Assistant commissioner of police and head of the Intelligence Response Team, Abba Kyari has disclosed that he rode on a commercial motorcycle, popularly known as okada, to enable him move faster to Notorious Kidnapper, Evans’ Magodo GRA Phase II residence on the day of his arrest.

Although, he had earlier been informed by his men already deployed in the area, that Evans was making frantic preparations to leave his mansion very soon.

He went further to explain that though it might sound funny, policemen sometimes must do “unconventional things” to get at their targets or what they actually wanted.

He said:

“In the early hours of Sunday at about 1.30am, Evans and some of his gang members went out to a club around Ikeja and returned at 5.10am. So, we were very sure Sunday would be our day. So, I decided to go and cleanup myself and have a little rest before I returned to Magodo.
I was still resting when my guys called that the target was set; that it appeared he wanted to go out. So, I had to take Okada from where I was, to meet up.
“You won’t believe this, but it’s the truth. Do you know that when my surveillance team alerted me of the suspect’s presence at his Magodo mansion, I had no other option than to take Okada from where I was at Ikeja GRA to Magodo?

“I was approaching former tollgate, when I got another call that he might drive out any moment. So, I instructed my guys to give him warning shots; that was to announce our presence, and that kept him indoors until I got there and directed the affairs,”

“We have been following him, through intelligence gathering and surveillance, but we have always lost him. He is a very intelligent criminal with a very sound IQ, I must tell you,”

“When we tracked him to Lagos, I was in Abuja. The moment I was sure he was in Lagos, we moved down to Lagos on Monday of that week. We came by road and slept at a police station close to Evans’ residence and started our surveillance on him”