- Aloysius Ikegwuonu aka ‘Bishop’ called on the royal fathers to ask the gods of the land to reveal the perpetrators of the dastardly act
- The alleged target further expressed his surprise over the fact that instead of providing useful information about how to fish out the killers, people were making negative remarks about him
- While thanking his colleagues, the Ozubulu monarch stated that traditional arrangements would indeed be made by the community to find out those who perpetuated the crime
Monarchs in Anambra state have been asked to use traditional means to find the perpetrators of the gruesome massacre at St Philip’s Catholic Church, Ozubulu, by the alleged target of the killings, Aloysius Ikegwuonu aka ‘Bishop’, Punch reports.
Ikegwuonu made his comments when a condolence visit was paid by the state’s monarchs to Igwe Nnamdi Oruche, the traditional ruler of Ozubulu, on Wednesday, August 16.
The monarchs were led during the visit by Igwe Emma Nnabuife, the traditional ruler of Iseke.
While regretting the negative remarks made against him concerning the sad event, he said, “I implore you my lords, to ask the gods of the land to reveal the perpetrators of this dastardly act."
According to Ikegwonu, he was surprised that instead of providing useful information about how to fish out the killers, people were making negative remarks about him.
Bishop further praised the monarchs for the visit, and the fatherly role they had played after the attack.
Igwe Nnamdi Oruche on his part also praised his colleagues for standing in solidarity with his community following the deadly attack which claimed several lives.
Oruche stated that traditional arrangements would be made by the Ozubulu community, to find out those who perpetuated the crime.
Recall that NAIJ.com previously reported that Aloysius Ikegwuonu, the supposed target of the tragic killing in a catholic church in the Ozubulu area of Anambra state, returned to Nigeria.
The alleged drug dealer who reportedly was in a war with his counterpart returned from South Africa on Saturday August 12, and paid a visit to the victims of the attack.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of how an alleged kidnapper escaped jungle justice: