Ozubulu Massacre - 'Full Story' with photos

Updated Monday 7 August 2017 12:8
Ozubulu Massacre - 'Full Story' with photos
In the picture above is the famous philanthropist Chief Aloysius Nnamdi Ikegwounwu (Ebubechukwuuzo Ozubulu) who single-highhandedly built the St Philip’s Catholic Church, Amakwa Ozubulu in Anambra state where gunmen opened fire and killed several worshippers earlier today. The attack was a spillover of a drug related feud between two Ozubulu brothers resident in South Africa.

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The main matter was said to be between Chief Aloy Ikegwuonu and another Ozubulu man popularly known as Obrocho.

Latest information indicated that the gunmen were hunting for the South African based millionire (Chief Aloysius Nnamdi Ikegwuonu) popularly known as Bishop who is rumored to be a drug baron, as they traced him to his house but were told he had gone to church where he was meant to hold a thanksgiving service.

It was gathered that on getting to the church, he had left and out of anger, probably, they rained bullets on worshippers believing he was there.

According to reports, the battle had claimed some lives already over there in South Africa.

See photos below;

 

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