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A middle- aged man identified as Gwom, who revealed the information that led to the re-arrest of Ifeanyichukwu Maxwell Dike, a murder suspect who recently escaped from police custody in Rivers State , yesterday narrated his ordeal in the hands of the suspect in Plateau State, where he was re-arrested.

Gwom said Dike smashed his head with glass in a bid to overpower and arrest him.

Dike was re-arrested late September in Brikin-Ladi community in Plateau State following information by Gwom.

The state’s Commissioner of Police had assured the public that the murderer would be re-arrested in no time and pledged N1million reward for anyone that could reveal vital information that would lead to Dike’s re-arrest.

Also the Director-General of Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dakuku Peterside also pledged the sum of N500, 000 for any one that would release information for Dike’s re-arrest.

The state’s Police Commissioner yesterday made good his promise. He handed out the price money to Gwom and praised him for his bravery.

He urged members of the public to desist from carrying out jungle justice on suspects and allow the security agencies to do their job.

Receiving the money, Gwom said: "Ifeanyi Maxwell Dike nearly killed me if not for the intervention of God, he managed to smash my head with a glass but it was only God that made me over powered him.

"The guys in my area wanted to lynch him to death but I had to quickly report the incident to the police command in my area and that was how he was re-arrested and brought back to Port Harcourt.

" I will also like to thank the police for all the help rendered to me while I was in the hospital because they paid my hospital bills."

Twenty-three year old Dike on August 17, 2017 allegedly drugged, raped and murdered eight-year-old Chikamso Victory Mezuoba, his niece and removed vital parts of her body.

He was apprehended and paraded by the state police command on August</a> He ,however, escaped from the custody of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID), same day.

The officer in charge of SCIID, one Felix and the Investigative Police Officer (IPO), in charge of the case, Sergeant Johnbull Okoroeze were blamed. While the IPO was dismissed from service, arrested and presently being prosecuted, Felix was arrested.