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“power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by celebsnestng: 9:23am On Sep 12
Uniport student Ifeanyi Dike who murdered his neighbour 8-yr-old girl, revealed that power outage aided his escape and hunger led to his re-arrest.

He, however, pleaded for mercy on the murder of the eight-year-old girl, Chikamso Mezuwuba.

Dike, who spoke in Port Harcourt while he was re-paraded by the Rivers State Police Command, insisted that the Investigative Police Officer, IPO, Johnbosco Okoroeze, nabbed over his (Dike’s) escape was innocent.

Ifeanyi Dike killed the eight-year-old Chikamso, removed her vital organs and was on his way to dispose of her remains when he was arrested by a local vigilante group in Okporo community, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of the state.

The suspected ritualist had escaped from the custody of State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID, but was re-arrested in Barkin Ladi Local Government Area of Plateau State, last week, Thursday.

Dike told newsmen that he took advantage of the darkness in the premises of SCID, when he was asked to go into the cell and escaped, noting that nobody knew when he sneaked out.

Dike said:

“At the State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID, after I entered my statement late in the evening of the day of my first parade, my IPO asked me to go inside the cell.
“That was when I had the opportunity to run away. My IPO did not help me escape. I know what I did was wrong, please forgive me and have mercy.”
Dike disclosed that he was re-arrested after his successful disappearance from Port Harcourt, when he got involved in another crime in the place he had escaped to in Plateau State. He explained that he was faced with starvation after he arrived Plateau State and in an attempt to steal food he was apprehended by residents of the area, who later handed him over to the Police.

He said;

“I escaped to Jos. Having stayed for several days without food and due to the injuries I sustained, I was unable to get food to eat. So due to the hunger, I decided to source for food and that was where I was caught and handed over to the Police.
“When I got to the Police station, at first I was hiding my identity, but on interrogation I got fed up and gave them (Police) my aunty’s phone number.
As soon as the Police called my aunty, she told them that I was declared wanted by the Rivers State Police command. She also handed my IPO’s phone number to the Police officers and they later confirmed that I am on the wanted list.
After I was confirmed, I was detained and returned back to Rivers State on Sunday.”
Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police in Rivers State, Mr. Ahmed Zaki, has described the re-arrest of Dike as an act of God, noting that providence has brought the suspect back to face justice.

He said:

“Today (yesterday), with profound humility, I present to you the most wanted ritual killer, Mr. Ifeanyi Maxwell Dike. His re-arrest was made possible by God Almighty, through your numerous prayers and concerns, following his escape three weeks ago.
“I wish to assure you that justice will not only be done, but be seen to be done in the circumstance to bring the full weight of the law to bear on him and any other person implicated in the cause of further investigations.”

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/09/ritual-killer-8-yr-old-niece-confesses-power-outage-helped-escape-hunger-led-re-arrest/

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by celebsnestng: 9:28am On Sep 12
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by oz4real83(m): 9:29am On Sep 12
The Nigerian police needs total overhauling!!! It seems all their divisions across the country dont work together. This guy's pics have been everywhere after his first arrest and his later escape. The police in plateau state were not still able to recognise him despite the fact that he didn't do anything to alter his appearance! Suppose he gave them a wrong number or an accomplice number,he would have been released! Imagine it was his aunty in Rivers state who had to tell the police the guy was a wanted criminal!!!

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by fuckingAyaya(m): 9:41am On Sep 12
Forgive you and have mercy? Now it's police duty to send you to God for punishment or forgiveness fool.

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by yomibelle(f): 12:01pm On Sep 12
Am i reading correctly?

*i was asked to go to the cell*

Wen did d NPF turn to a bunch of lazy mofos who cant even take a suspect to the cell?

And for him to be able to escape means he wasnt cuffed!

Nawa ooo.....am still saying it...NPF needs an overhaul!

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Mozoe(f): 12:02pm On Sep 12
Smh
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Narldon(f): 12:02pm On Sep 12
Ok
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Chascop: 12:02pm On Sep 12
He's destined to die...

Kill them all..

suffer not a witch to live

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by 9jayes: 12:03pm On Sep 12
Good for him,Instead of him to follow the legitimate way of getting money (check my signature) he wants to cut corner.
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Nobody: 12:03pm On Sep 12
who gave him TFare to jos bros u beta confess

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by drizslim(m): 12:03pm On Sep 12
wehdone sir

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by j4sure(m): 12:04pm On Sep 12
See ya Self
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by 9jayes: 12:04pm On Sep 12
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by classicfrank4u(m): 12:04pm On Sep 12
forgive you ?? death by hanging fall on you Dre idiot

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Ujuhot(f): 12:04pm On Sep 12
Foolish boy

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by awillabo: 12:05pm On Sep 12
K
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by FILEBE(m): 12:05pm On Sep 12
oz4real83:
The Nigerian police needs total overhauling!!! It seems all their divisions across the country dont work together. This guy's pics have been everywhere after his first arrest and his later escape. The police in plateau state were not still able to recognise him despite the fact that he didn't do anything to alter his appearance! Suppose he gave them a wrong number or an accomplice number,he would have been released! Imagine it was his aunty in Rivers state who had to tell the police the guy was a wanted criminal!!!

Exactly!

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by ikorodureporta: 12:05pm On Sep 12
Unrepentant moffo
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by EponOjuku: 12:05pm On Sep 12
oz4real83:
The Nigerian police needs total overhauling!!! It seems all their divisions across the country dont work together. This guy's pics have been everywhere after his first arrest and his later escape. The police in plateau state were not still able to recognise him despite the fact that he didn't do anything to alter his appearance! Suppose he gave them a wrong number or an accomplice number,he would have been released! Imagine it was his aunty in Rivers state who had to tell the police the guy was a wanted criminal!!!

Intelligence in the police is dead and buried. That's why the police is reactive and not proactive.

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Boyooosa(m): 12:05pm On Sep 12
This is one of the reason I believe in the philosophy that says 'judgment of the evil one begins from the earth'. This guy has suffered (well, not more than what he has bargained for). The funniest aspect of it all is dat he can't undo the act, quite unfortunate. When we dey tell dem, d only statement that comes out of their mouth is: Boss, no worry, I can handle it! Now, he can not handle it again. Most, importantly, I pray that other desperate young chaps will learn from this. And to you #thesignings of the world, continue, one day your children will be desperate like this and they will also suffer the same faith. Its not a curse, people of better understanding call it karma!

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by wickedboi: 12:05pm On Sep 12
Nigeria Police is a joke no be lie

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by airminem(f): 12:05pm On Sep 12
Why did you kill the child Mr?

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by princemidon(m): 12:06pm On Sep 12
Strange things are indeed happening. Smh
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by KingAfo(m): 12:06pm On Sep 12
Ifeanyi Dike...IPOB busy killing people for rituals and we the so called "brown roofs" are busy breaking academic records home and abroad.

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by Xcelinteriors(f): 12:06pm On Sep 12
He's asking for mercy? Very heartless beast
Why is that officer wearing slippers

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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by FitnessDoctor: 12:06pm On Sep 12
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Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by yeyeboi(m): 12:06pm On Sep 12
Ok
Re: “power Outage Helped Me Escape But Hunger Led To My Re-arrest”- Ifeanyi Dike by sotall(m): 12:06pm On Sep 12
OK

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