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Video Of Tinubu In Ondo To Condole Families Of Owo Catholic Church Victims


Video Of Tinubu In Ondo To Condole Families Of Owo Victims

All Progressives Congress, APC National Leader and 2023 presidential aspirant, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has visited Ondo State to commiserate with families of those that died in the horror killing in Owo on Sunday morning.

Naija News reports that Tinubu had in a statement earlier condemned the attack and commiserated with the State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.

The former Governor of Lagos State has, however, consider it necessary to visit the state to see for himself the damages caused by the yet to be identified gunmen suspected to be Fulani herdsmen.

Tinubu Media Support group took to Twitter on Monday morning and share a video clip to confirm the presidential aspirant’s presence in Ondo State.

TMS tweeted: “Asiwaju Tinubu in Ondo State with Governor Rotimi Akeredolu on a condolence visit to Owo and on the spot assessment. This is responsible and responsive leadership.”

See the video clip below as uploaded by Tinubu’s campaign team.

Meanwhile, former Nigerian lawmaker, Shehu Sani has again expressed worries over the horrific attack and killing of Christian worshippers at the St Francis Catholic Church, Owa-luwa Street, in the Owo Local Government Area of Ondo State on Sunday morning.

Senator Sani who had condemned the attack earlier, warned in another social media post that Northerners living in the South should not be molested in reprisal for the Sunday event.

The former Senator representing Kaduna Central took to his Twitter handle on Monday and said the intent of the terrorists was to trigger vendetta and national strife.

“They spare neither worshipers in the mosques nor in the churches. The North is a daily victim of their violence”, Sani tweeted.

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The 8th National Assembly member added: “All Nigerians must be united in denouncing the perpetrators of this heinous infamy. Everything must be done to bring the assailants to book. Enough of this bloodshed”.

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