Embattled senator, Dino Melaye was on Wednesday re-arrested by the police in court after the magistrate court granted him bail.
The senator was arraigned before a Magistrate’s Court in Wuse Zone 2, Abuja amid heavy presence of police officers.
He was arraigned on charges bordering on his alleged escape from a police vehicle in Abuja on April 24, 2018.
The presiding magistrate, Mabel Segun-Bello, granted him bail in the sum of N90m.
Melaye laid on a stretcher when he was produced in court in a police ambulance with registration number NPF2214D on Wednesday.
Over 200 policemen were deployed to the court on Wednesday.
They left the court premises in a convoy which comprised the ambulance conveying Melaye at about 4.20pm.
One of his aides, who spoke to DAILY POST, expressed fears that he might be denied medical care since he has not returned to the hospital.
“What is worrisome to us now is that he was not returned to the hospital, but to the headquarters of the Nigeria Police, which means he might be denied further medical treatment,” he said.
Calls put to the Force PPRO, Jimoh Moshood was not answered.
Senator Dino Melaye has been undergoing treatment at the National Trauma unit of the National hospital Abuja since last week.
He also survived a recall attempt by the electorate on Saturday, which was allegedly sponsored by the State governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello over a long political battle.