Ghanaian actor Achieva Evans has revealed how he was recently approached by a supposed ‘big man’ with a kidnapping deal.
In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Zionfelix.net, Evans shared a touching story how he was approached.
According to the actor, this unknown ‘big man’ approached him recently at Movenpick Ambassador Hotel, Accra when he was about to go on set for a photoshoot with his photographer.
He disclosed that the man offered him a business deal which was worth GHC 50,000 cedis for five months and a million Ghana cedis for ten years.
Evans added that because he was going on set, they exchanged contacts and planned to talk another time. When they set time they agreed to meet again came, he revealed that this ‘big man’ picked him up and took him to a meeting with his other partners, who numbered about thirty, according to his count.
The ‘Sin City’ actor further disclosed in his terrifying story that a proper break down of the money involved in this kidnapping business was given to him in this meeting he attended.
The GHC 50,000 for five months meant that if he brought a five months old baby, he will get that amount while the one million offer suggested that he will get that amount if he brought a ten-year-old child.
This, he revealed got him quite shaken. However, he composed himself and offered a rather unacceptable and unbelievable counter offer.
Evans further added that after his offer, the group told him to go and that they will get back to him later. Which was the last time he ever heard from them.
Asked why he has decided to share their deep secret knowing that it might put his life at risk, the voice-over artist disclosed that he was not perturbed. He emphasized that there are times one member of the group or family should put himself out there and save the whole family or group.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had previously how the families of the three kidnapped girls have threatened to embark on a demonstration at the Western Regional Police Command if the police failed to provide concrete results on the investigation of the girls by February 22, 2019.
Addressing a press conference at Diabene attended by the families, Queen mothers, taxi drivers and residents, Micheal Hayford Grant called on the Police Command to produce the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) officer who allegedly aided the escape of the main suspect.
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