According to Evans, Kyari and his boys dealt with him seriously as at the time his case was still fresh.
meanwhile, he denied kidnapping a businessman, Sylvanus Ahamonu and collecting $420,000 ransom from his family.
The suspected kidnap kingpin, Chukwudimeme Onwuamadike, alias Evans on Friday, February 4, told an Ikeja Special Offences Court that his eyes saw hell in the hands of Abba Kyari and his boys.
He also denied kidnapping a businessman, Sylvanus Ahamonu and collecting $420,000 ransom from his family, PM News reports.
It was gathered that Evans is standing trial alongside an ex-soldier, Victor Aduba, on a four-count charge of kidnapping and unlawful possession of firearms.
Earlier, the investigations carried out by the IGP and his boys were described by the panel as shallow.
He made the denial on Friday while under cross-examination by the state prosecutor, Mr Yusuf Sule.
Evans told the court that he was born on April 22, 1980 and is from Nnewi, Anambra. He vehemently denied knowing Ahamonu prior to seeing him after his arrest.
Explaining why he was seen in a jovial mood in the confessional video played in the court when prosecution presented its case, Evans said he was forced to act that manner by the police.
Evans said: “The police told me to be laughing and smiling in the video. You do not know what I encountered in the hands of Abba Kyari and his boys.
My eyes saw hell. “It was what they told me to be doing that I was doing.”