Ozubulu Massacre: Nwoko Commiserates With Families, Charges IGP On Justice


Having read with a sad heart the Sunday attack on St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Ozubulu, Anambra State, where scores had been confirmed dead, Prince Ned Nwoko yesterday Commiserated with families of the victim.

The former leader in the House of Representative however called on the Nigeria Police Force high command to quickly fish out criminals behind the dastardly act.

He lamented that the though act was ‘unfortunate, wicked and painful’, he admonished the bereaved to take solace in the fact that those who perpetrate evil would never go unpunished.

He therefore called on security agencies to immediately arrest and prosecute the perpetrators of the dastardly act, going by the revelations of the Anambra State Governor and the Commissioner of Police who had visited the crime scene.

Nwoko, an astute lawyer enjoined Nigerians to appreciate and respect the sanctity of human life, maintaining that nobody has a right to take a life except God.

“The Ozubulu incident was really a sad incident. As a lawyer, i believe that the perpetrators must not be allowed to go unpunished. I am calling on the Inspector General of Police to wade into the matter and use all security tools available to trace the criminals and bring them to book.”

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