Ozubulu Killings !!! Normal activities return to Church After Rededication

Seven days after the terrible episode that occurred at the Ozubulu Church, normal church services were held at St. Philip's Catholic Church, Ozubulu, Anambra, seven days after shooters killed worshippers amid early morning service. 

The congregation was fixed after Aug. 6 slaughter which asserted 11 individuals and 18 others supporting different degrees of damage. 

There was an underlying low turn-out of parishioners however the participation later got. 

The service was gone to by authorities of the state government drove by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Solo Chukwulobelu. 

Likewise, display at the Mass was Aloysius Ikegwuonu, prominently called 'Religious administrator" and one of the chieftains of the town, who was asserted to have been the objective of the Aug 6 assault. 

IIkegwuonu, who lost his dad in the assault, declined to converse with newsmen, however one of his helpers said his foremost would talk at suitable time. 

Security agents were seen in and around the congregation using arms. 

In his lesson, Rev. Fr. Jude Onwuaso, the Parish Priest, urged parishioners not to be discouraged by Aug 6 assault, including that "God is still on the honored position". 

Ownuaso said that the killed parishioners were at the correct hand of the Almighty. 

A few Parishioners said a large number of them were yet to defeat the stun of the intrusion. 

Mr Jude Okoye, a parishioner, said he constrained himself to go to chapel benefit as a result of his profound religious understanding that a Christian adherent must experience oppression to make to paradise. 

An assignment of the central government drove by Minister Labor and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige, went by the place on Saturday Aug.12 to mourn with the state.

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