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Why criminals’ reign always come to an ignoble end – Billionaire kidnapper

In one of his several interviews, Chukwudi Onuamadike, the billionaire kidnapper arrested on Saturday, June 10, 2017, admitted that the end has come.
The 36 year old Nnewi (Anambra) kingpin said in the interview during his parade before the press on Sunday, June 11, “This is the end. The end has come…”
Though pleading for mercy, and promising to turn a new leaf if spared, he acknowledged the long tested maxim that criminals come to an ignoble end.
And research has shown across the world that criminals usually never escape the long arms of the law.

They inevitably face two ends:

1. They are either killed by law enforcers in a gun battle, during an operation or in the hands of fellow criminals.

2. Or caught by law enforcers.

The reign of rage and terror of any ferocious and crafty criminal is always less than a decade. No matter how brilliant and evasive!
And for the crafty, notorious, brilliant and deadly Chukwudi Onuamadike (also known as Evans), his reign of crime since 2008 ended in 9 years.

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