‘E-Money’ Killed in Gun Duel With Police

‘E-Money’ Killed in Gun Duel With Police [GRAPHIC PHOTOS]

By Aaron Abraham | Staff Reporter on January 31, 2018
demonstration Ahmad Kontagora, Police, IGP

Collins Ezenwa, also known as ‘E-Money’, has been shot dead by the operatives of Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad during a shootout with kidnap kingpins in Imo State. He was gunned down on Sunday, January 28, 2018

Collins who was said to have had a lavish wedding last November had gone underground with the pretext that he traveled to Malaysia for greener pastures.

According to a Facebook post, “E-Money” returned in December, 2017 with  loads of cash making a lot of people green with envy over his new found wealth.

Andrew Enwerem, the Imo State Police public relations officer confirmed that “E-Money” was killed  along with two others. Three other members of his gang were arrested.

“E-Money” was allegedly so rich that he bought and gave out cars to people during the last Yuletide.

Also, another member of the kidnap syndicate, Chinwendu Sylvester, 24, from Olori Amaraku in Isiala Mbano Local Government Area, who allegedly operated as the driver, said that he took to kidnapping after Governor Rochas Okorocha demolished his business at Ekeonunwa Market, Owerri.

Chinwendu said that his clothing shop was demolished and he approached a friend who introduced him to the syndicate, where he operated as the driver.

According to him, he has spent three years at the Owerri Prisons for robbery related offences.

He said: “When a job pays, he pays us according to the role we played. One of our victims paid N2million and he gave me about N380,000. From December till date, he gave me above N600,000 in all the operations.”

A police source told newsmen that the gang leader accumulated millions via the crime, saying that “it is unfortunate that we could not capture him alive. He was a multi-millionaire, he bought cars and gave out some to communities where he received chieftaincy tittles.”


  1. kudos to the Nigeria police for their efforts, how I wish that our judicial system could be make functional, because the pen robbers had caused more harm to the entire Nigerians than the harm the armed robbers are causing to individuals

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