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20 Jun 2017

Chaos As Armed Hausa Boys Allegedly Destroy Church, Cars, Other Valuables in Rivers State (Photos)

This is an unconfirmed report posted on Monday by Facebook user, Ledisi Menegbo. According to him, some armed Hausa boys invaded a church in Rivers State on Sunday night, destroyed the church, cars parked out and made away with valuables.

Read his post below….

“At about 8:30pm last night, while concluding a 3day Revival program in one of the newly established Assemblies of The Apostolic Church Okpako, situated along Onne F.O.T road Rivers State, Hausa boys from Trailer Park invaded the Church well armed. They destroyed the church building, cars packed outside the church, made away with valuable church properties, chairs, speakers and other sound equipments, money among others. They left many wounded with varying degrees of machete and knife cuts, they walked on new born babies like normal floors, mothers were left in tears as they were separated from their babies, they killed one guy who was resisting them, some children’s whereabout yet to be known as I speak, they pushed down one of the buildings people ran in for refuge and the wall fell on people leaving many badly injured. One of them was caught and handed over to the Police, but no serious action taken. This is happening here in Rivers State. They promised coming back to finish the work they started.”







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