August 18, 2017

Ozubulu youths association moves to fish out killers at church

Ozubulu youths association moves to fish out killers at church

St Philip Catholic Church Ozubulu, where the lone wolf struck this morning.

By Chimaobi Nwaiwu

Nnewi—The Ozubulu Youths Association, OYA, yesterday said they will not take  the law into their hands  over the killing of their parents, brothers and sisters who died in the St Philips Catholic Church attack on August 6, 2017, but they are willing and ready  to  co-operate with the security agencies to fish out the perpetrators of the heinous crime against their people.

Rising from an emergency meeting of its national executives,  the youths urged security agencies to carry out a thorough  investigation into the massacre of worshippers at Ofufe Amakwa Ozubulu Catholic Church.

They also pleaded with the Anambra State Government and the security agencies to beef up security in the entire state and its environs at least now that the governorship election is approaching, just as it called for the establishment of more police posts in the remote areas of Ozubulu town to beef up security.

This was contained in a statement the association issued after its meeting, signed by Chief Emeka Anaekwe, National Chairman, and Val Iwuchukwu, National Secretary respectively, of OYA, which was also copied to the Divisional Police Officer in charge of Ozubulu and others.

, The traditional ruler Obi Fedelis    Nnamdi Oruche, the President General of Ozoubulu and Department of States Services, DSS    Ekwusigo LGA, and the Transition Chairman of Ekwueigo Local Government.

According to the statement, we plead with the security agencies to kindly release all the innocent people mistakenly arrested in connection with that black  Sunday  incident at Ofufe Amakwa Ozoubulu.