Popular Imo Big Boy and ex-policeman, Collins Ezenwa, Popularly known as E-money, was reportedly killed today in a robbery operation carried out by him and his gang.
The news of death of the Imo big boy which left Facebook users in shock, had some taking out their shock in social media posts. Japank Akpos Godwin wrote;
These are the dead bodies of Collins Ezenwa who was killed in a robbery scene by police men in Imo State command today. It was shocking to believe that this guy was an armed robber. Wonders will never stop. What a world.
The young man claimed to have made billions of dollars in in Malaysia under one week but I was surprised yesterday when he was killed in a robbery scene by police men yesterday with his gang.
Richy Richy wrote:
Who doesn’t know Collins ezenwa aka E MONEY,who left police early last year and claimed he went to Malaysia coming by November and did his wedding spending dollars.little did we know that he did not go to any where but engaged him self in armed robbery and kidnapping business,well met his water low yesterday when he napped by team of F SARS yesterday.
Prince Charles wrote:
Good for him, I thought of that as soon as I heard that he made money after few months of disappearance and came back as a rich man.
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Recall that in 2017, the Nigerian Police paraded the body of the notorious kidnapper and robber, Henry Chibueze, also known as Vampire at the police headquarters in Owerri, revealing at the same time the mind chilling killings carried out by the gangster and his followers.
According to the police, Vampire, by his own admission had killed over 200 people, beginning from wiping out his girlfriend and eight members of her family in Lagos.
“He had earlier confessed to the murder of his girlfriend Sandra and eight (8) members of her family, among them six (6) children in Lagos State.
He alleged that the girlfriend stole his N45 million share of N110 million ransom paid by the family of one of his victims in Omoku, Rivers Stats,” said CSP Jimoh Moshood, the spokesman of the Police headquarters.