Ozubulu Church Massacre: “We were reciting ‘I believe in one God’ when huge sounds like volcanic eruption filled the church” (Vanguard)

Ozubulu Church Massacre: “We were reciting ‘I believe in one God’ when huge sounds like volcanic eruption filled the church” (Vanguard)

August 6, 2017 remains green in Amakwa village, Ozubulu in Ekwusigo local government area of Anambra State as it was a day worshippers at St. Philip’s Catholic Church in the community were traumatized following the invasion of the church by gunmen during an early mass. The attackers left in their trail 13 people dead and pools of human blood on the floor of the church auditorium. Several other worshippers wounded during the shooting inside the church were treated in various hospitals in the state. That church invasion was the climax of a battle of supremacy among natives of Ozubulu based in South Africa, where their actions had led to the loss of over 30 fellow natives. The battle is still raging in that country, even as some suspects are facing trial in Nigeria. Read more

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