Buhari, Saraki, Dogara, Others Condemn Anambra Church Attack

President Muhammadu Buhari, Senate President Bukola Saraki and Speaker Yakubu Dogara yesterday condemned the Ozubulu Church assault in Anambra State by Gunmen. 

Buhari, in an announcement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Malam Garba Shehu, portrayed the episode as "a horrifying unspeakable atrocity and unspeakable heresy." 

The president communicated pain over the assault, saying "there was no defense at all to target Church admirers and slaughter them without a second thought." 

The president identified with the groups of the casualties, the congregation authority and the administration of Anambra State. 

He consoled all Nigerians of his organization's 'firm and uncompromising duty" to securing their lives and property consistently. 

Saraki in an announcement by his media assistant, Yusuph Olaniyonu, expressed that the slaughtering of admirers speaks to the purest sort of insidiousness, and the security administrations must not stop until the point when the culprits are conveyed to justice. 

Dogara in an announcement by his representative, Turaki Hassan, said his heart was broken by the pitiful news of the slaughter of honest admirers without blinking by individuals he portrayed as "children of condemnation whose souls will spoil in damnation." 

Additionally, Deputy President of the Senate Ike Ekweremadu portrayed the slaughtering of the worshippers as offensive. 

He stated: "I got with a profound sorrow the news of the blood-souring slaughtering at St. Philip's Catholic Church, Ozubulu today. It is in reality a dark Sunday and the demonstration is most blasphemous and condemnable."

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