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Pastor arested for planning his kidnap and demanding N10m ransom

Published by on June 28th, 2021.


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A pastor, Richard On­yekachukwu, has been arrested for allegedly faking his kidnap. On­yekachukwu, who was arrested by the Force Intelligence Response Team, led by Abba Kyari, was reported missing on June 16, 2021, by his brother, identified as Prosper.

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Prosper claimed that the kidnappers demanded a huge amount of money before he could be set free. The police arrested his wife, Mary, after she confessed that her husband went for a business trip adding that she saw her husband about a week ago but that his family members thought he had been in captivity at the kidnappers’ camp for three weeks.


She revealed that the entire saga was a planned and orchestrated self-kidnap. She confessed that her hus­band brought the idea and that she played along because she was taught to be submissive to her husband in every situation.


According to her confes­sion, her husband had finan­cial challenges.
She said that he was look­ing for a way to raise money to pay off the loans he collected. Armed with all this infor­mation, the police laid an am­bush for which led to his arrest the next day, being June 18.


Following his arrest, Pastor Richard made a confessional statement that also led the po­lice to arrest his friend, Enoch, who posed as one of the kidnappers. “I am a pastor and contractor. I had a big church, but the roof was blown away by the wind. I took some loans to assist the businesses that I was doing to support the min­istry. It was about N600K. Due to this, I found myself in financial challenges. At the same time, paying the loan became difficult. I made some losses in my poultry business and the COVID-19 pandemic did not help matters.


“The banks were after me and I didn’t know what to do. I was thinking of getting money from my younger brother, Prosper, a rich civil servant, to offset the loan be­fore I was dragged to court. It wasn’t easy; that was why the thought of self-kidnap came to me. I don’t know why I decided to use that strategy,” he said.

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