- Some traditionalists have cursed shepherds and bandits who wanted to attack the kingdom of Ondo in Ondo State
- This comes after the terrorist attack in Owo, seat of the local government of Owo in the state
- According to the traditionalist who laid down the curses in the Yoruba language, the ancient city must not witness a terrorist attack< /li >
Following the deadly terrorist attack on St. Francis Catholic Church in Owo, Ondo state, traditionalists in the town of Ondo have placed curses on bandits, terrorist herdsmen who may want it come to the ancient city to wreak havoc.
In a video shared online, the traditionalist was seen at one of the roundabouts in the city cursing enemies of Ondo.< /p>
In a video shared online, the traditionalist was at one of the roundabouts of the city.
The attack on Owo was widely condemned by Nigerians. In fact, the federal government blamed the attack on the Islamic State of the West African Province (ISWAP).
According to Rauf Aregbesola, Minister of the Interior, the ISWAP had found a footprint at the site of the attack.< /p>
However, Ondo State Governor Rotimi Akeredolu dismissed the federal government’s claim, insisting that there was no way the federal government could make such a claim if the terrorists didn’t have one Claims made.
The attack on Owo has consequently affected many aspects of community life, with churches reporting low church attendance.
To forestall such terrible events in the city of Ondo, the traditionalist called upon the boy’s gods to slay and destroy anyone who plotted to harm his people.
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The federal government has been urged to ensure that ups its game to the Nigerians and secure their belongings at all times.
The call was made to the government by Benjamin Asogbuwa, a survivor of the Owo Church attack by gunmen.
According to Asogbuwa, who was hit by a bullet, Sunday mass had just ended when they heard gunshots outside the church building.
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The attack on a Catholic church in Owo in Ondo State on Sunday June 5 had sent the country and the world into a state of shock and sorrow.
Survivors of the attack relive their ordeal, with many baffled as to how they survived the attack.
One of the survivors of the horrific incident said she managed to scale the fence of the church building after a bullet hit her leg.