Uchenna Onwuamadike, wife of the kidnapper Chukwudi Onuamadike aka Evans has pled both ignorance and mercy for her husband, saying he must have been labouring under a curse to commit those crimes, so we should fogive him. Twitter NG is shocked!
Here are some of their thoughts:
Everyone deserves a second chance.
— Mrs Abimbola💕💖💋💋💋 (@TLizzyly) June 17, 2017
Second chance so he can kidnap your family. It's all good.
— Olarewaju Elizabeth (@Liz_khalifar) June 17, 2017
That's why we built prisons and solitary confinement. They can have their second chance there.
— Numero_Uno (@suggest_one) June 17, 2017
Yes everybody deserves a second chance, let his second chance begin in Prison or a correctional facility #dumbtrendcalledFreeEvans
— 👁👁 (@_T0ss_) June 17, 2017
What’s this talk about mercy?
The Evans media machine is running on the canvas of mercy using the wife and children as the cross of mercy.
— JJ. Omojuwa (@Omojuwa) June 17, 2017
Lol are these #FreeEvans people serious or just being sarcastic?
— sage (@Ero_senniN__) June 17, 2017
Because I just saw "everybody deserves a second chance" now.
— sage (@Ero_senniN__) June 17, 2017
Lmao! They said Evans deserves a second chance, to do what? Is it until he kidnaps your father?
— MR President (@duchesskk) June 17, 2017
6 young boys in the den of kidnappers for 23 days already & you want Evans to be set free? pic.twitter.com/QJa3eS9lge
— Adeola Mary Slessor (@Adeola0503) June 17, 2017
This type of thinking, is the reason why old men rule us today.
How can you say Free Evans? Really? pic.twitter.com/OVREtqlZiR
— Alphacy (@davevuga) June 17, 2017
We live in a country where some are beginning to feel sympathy for Evans the kidnapper. All of you are mad. Kidnappers deserve no mercy.
— Dr. Dipo (@OgbeniDipo) June 17, 2017
To everyone participating in the free Evans hashtag, may death and the blood of the people Evans has killed follow you and your family
— Sammy (@MisturrSam) June 17, 2017
If you are on the Free Evans bandwagon or looking for sympathy for his type, you need a mental health check up and maybe some common sense.
— 👑 DaddyMOSneh 🎓 ™ (@officialdaddymo) June 17, 2017
All I can say is anyone is support of this movement is mad, you are mad and very stupid, you are very very mad
— Osahon A (@sahon_A) June 17, 2017
Everybody partaking in #freeevans may kidnappers locate you..
Ya'l are mad
Evans destroyed families in Festac..
— KinG NomSo👑💷 (@ani_nomso) June 17, 2017
I don't put it past Evans to pay people to put this hashtag on here because I refuse to believe people legit think he should be free
— Dirty Diego (@Monsiuer_T) June 17, 2017
Forgiveness and Justice
I can pity Evans' children for what he has exposed them to. Doesn't affect my insistence their father face justice.
— orwelliANDYstopia (@andyRoidO) June 17, 2017
I believe in forgiveness. But let Mr Evans go through the justice system.
— Cinderella Man (@Osi_Suave) June 17, 2017
We are not after them, Evans would face the full wrath of the law. God will forgive him, if he repents he might even make heaven
— Uncle Jay (@chikezie_jay) June 17, 2017
Since they want you to see their faces. This is the definition of crocodile tears and wickedness. The Evans family. pic.twitter.com/h12ivVBzqa
— Doc C (@tweetMOPOL) June 17, 2017
It is unfair to put a human edge to Evans' story by putting out photos of his family, and his wife's sob story.
— Lumi (@9elumi) June 17, 2017
See how fresh and good looking Evans' families are… Living large off sweats & blood of innocent citizens. Mercy ko, Ronaldo ni.
— Wale Adetona (@iSlimfit) June 17, 2017
So in order to gain pity, someone actually thought it wise to show the faces of Evans kids? I have no words. None.
— Babanla (@biolakazeem) June 17, 2017
Evans' wife should have just closed her mouth… How can she say those things?
— Tessyama👑 (@tescool) June 17, 2017
Francis Umeh: family paid N500m, and then Evans demanded another 100m, saying they could obviously afford it. https://t.co/LgpRJMU074
— Ijeoma Ogwuegbu Udum (@IjeomaOgud) June 17, 2017
The Evans man kidnapped my aunt's husband and I know how traumatized they still are now. A year after his release…
— D'PhoneCaseGuy (@FuxkSallieMae) June 17, 2017
Just found out that it's the Evans guy that kidnapped my friend's dad in Dec 2015. Knowing what the family went through. Evans should die.
— Ifeoma (@zeanify) June 17, 2017
Who is Evans?
Evans. Simple guy. Nice estate. Next to people on this same Twitter. Probably griped about PMB too…I'm looking at you all with new eyes.
— Eyo (@eyooekpo) June 17, 2017
— Boason Omofaye (@BBoason) June 17, 2017
Proposed legal defence is wack
With how easily we believe it, it's interesting that you can't plead a curse as a defense in Nigerian courts.
Evans' wife is trying it… pic.twitter.com/L227Ulli1P
— Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (@Ebuka) June 17, 2017
Tired of all this crap
Am I the only one getting bored and irritated by this Evans gist?
Does he say new gist each day or the cops are drip feeding the gist? Smh
— Arin ! ola (@AshipaEK0) June 17, 2017
Evans, the new Nigerian hero?
Slowly, this Evans guy is becoming some people's hero. SCARY! @NGPoliceForce for kuku close this case before he becomes bold in custody.
— Akan C. E (@akaneb) June 17, 2017
Heads up, Nollywood script writers
#9jamovies to watch out for:
1. Evans the Kidnapper
2. Olajumoke the bread winner
4. 30 billion for the account
5. Add yours
— Biobaku Soliu (@kesmalindo) June 16, 2017
You woke up this morning & opened your smelling mouth to say "Free Evans" do you know what it means to pay $1million ×2 ? pic.twitter.com/cUJf9DR3Ex
— Omezuo 1 (@Okafor_Mang) June 17, 2017
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