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Monday 7 August 2017

UPDATED: Ozubulu Killings: Police Arrest Some Suspects

Some Suspects linked to the killings of worshippers at St. Phillip Catholic Church, Ozubulu, Anambra state on Sunday have reportedly been arrested.

According to Special Assistant to Governor of Anambra state on New Media, Rotr. Ifeanyi Aniagoh, the suspects were arrested today.

The Anambra State Police Commissioner, Garba Baba Umar, has also disclosed that some suspects who masterminded the Sunday’s killings have been arrested

Umar told journalists today, Monday August 7th that the number of arrest would not be disclosed so as not to jeopardise ongoing investigation into the massacre of 11 persons by unknown gunmen.

The commissioner had on Sunday said the attack was an isolated case of feud between two individuals from the same community, adding that the police had contacted some persons who would be useful in the investigation.

The Minister of Interior, retired Lt.-Gen. Abdulrahman Dambazau, made the pledge in a statement signed by the Director Press in the Ministry, Willie Bassey, on Monday in Abuja.

‎‎The minister condemned “in strongest terms” the killings and assured that all hands will be on deck to bring the perpetrators to justice.

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