A suspected billionaire kidnapper, Evans, has narrated how SARS officers and IGP Intelligence response team, IRT, members killed 30 people while torturing him.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, Evans made the revelation, on Friday, during his trial at the Ikeja High Court in Lagos.

His words, “Insp. Haruna (member of IG’s IRT) took me to the I-G’s Guest House at Obalende, Lagos. Sunny, the 2 I/C (second in command) to Abba Kyari, Head of the IRT, Mr Christian Ugu, Mr Phillip and other police officers were there.

Ugu was smoking, he quenched the cigarette on my hand. They took me to the backyard. Phillip then asked the policemen to walk on me and when I started bleeding, he said you think we are joking here.

At the backyard, I saw some people that I was paraded with. Phillip ordered Haruna to bring a big brown cellotape, handkerchief and poly bags. Haruna forced a handkerchief into the mouth of one of them.

He used the cellotape to tightly tape his mouth and face and put a poly bag over his head and cellotaped it, and used another poly bag and cellotaped it for the second time, and they left the man on the ground.

The man on the ground was shaking; he peed, defecated on himself, after a while, he went quiet. Haruna then told me can you see I have travelled him.

Phillip asked if I knew the method of killing and I said no; they said that it is called ‘Saddam Hussein’. He said that there is no way an autopsy can predict the cause of death of the five people they had just killed.”

Evans said after witnessing the execution, 25 sheets of paper were brought for him to sign as his confessional statements. He noted he was trembling with fear.

“Abba Kyari told me to beg for forgiveness in my interview with journalists, and also to inform the world I had cancer which I don’t have. The police also killed one Felix Chinemeri in my presence,” he added

After listening to the submission of Evans, the trial judge, Hakeem Oshodi adjourned the case until November 23 for continuation of defence in the trial-within-trial.

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