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Thursday, August 10, 2017

The Ozubulu Massacre Story Told On Facebook..

You need to read this.......I dont know whether it is true or not but it is worth reading....














49 comments:

  1. hmmmmm Ndi Anambara na una way be that na.

    The bishop guy in that advert look like they are doing obituary on him. That is the way i see that IV.

    Na wa ooo, go school mba, do correct business mba, sacrifice people yes oo

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    1. This is just part of the story o! From what I've heard there are many people after this bishop. Apart from this mbaise angle, there is another one regarding an Enugu boy whom he also purportedly eliminated.
      Also there's another gist about the fight for territory where they sell the hard drugs in South Africa, and someone in prison is pushing the buttons from within to make sure bishop is nailed.

      So those after the guy plenty. No one is sure which group struck the church.
      Bottom line be say the boko haram/ Fulani angle is rubbish!

      I'm from Anambra state and I stand for truth!

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  2. He killed his own mother?😰😰 Jesu!

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    1. You can't believe all you read, how did the writer know he killed his mum, is he a member of the cult? This may all be a misunderstanding, he may not be the one who killed gini, gini may not be the one who stole the drugs, it may even be their enemies who set them up, just like the case of 2pac and biggie... Instead of coming together and figuring things out, pride takes over and then they eventually start fighting each other for no good reason. The writer needs to provide evidence before spewing all these

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  3. Hmmnnn....

    Most philantrophist are devils in disguise and it is far more alarming when people and organisations including the church do not question their wealth rather worship and praise sing them till something as major as this goes wrong.

    May peace be restored

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  4. I believe this version.
    Nawa ooo!*pensive*

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    1. As in eeeeh!
      The truth and nothing but the truth. I'm from Okija, and this is exactly the story being told from close family friend from Ozubulu.

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  6. This is deep. I don't know how parents get comfortable with sudden wealth the kids acquire. May God help us all.

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  7. If this story is true; which really it seems, that church will eventually be burnt down. You see, blood money can never amount to anything godly. Pity on all those who went there to worship knowing that it was built with blood money.

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  8. I think, there is an atom of truth in this write up, i have listened to a voice note stating the same thing.

    but the picture circulating of a guy spraying money in Umuahia is that of Escoba Smith not Bishop of Ozubulu.

    I pray the truth be revealed soon.

    May the souls of the Faithful departed continue to rest in peace. Amen

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  9. I totally believe this. Anyone who has a contrary report should flat out state it and not speak parables that leave a lot to be assumed. Anyone who believes that this was a northern attack needs serious re-evaluation.

    Churches should sit up! Are they telling us that the pastor there didn't know he was a drug lord? Most churches are more concerned about raising funds than even the welfare and Godliness of their members. Such a shame.

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    1. Gbamest!
      Anyone that believes that herdsmen gist should get his head 'tested'.
      Very pathetic!

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    2. Queen thanks. I've noted it.

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    3. Well,prolly he had another 'cover'. So the church knew him as a business man and not a drug lord.

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  10. Am flabbergasted!!!
    I think now is the right time we igbos starts telling our youths the truth. With patience and endurance money will definitely come ooh.

    Igbos elders too should stop celebrating ill gotten wealth . what's with our youths and get rich now syndrome? Who told you guys you have to indulged in shady deals before you hammer? Why must all the evils in this country be traced back to an Igbo man? Am seriously sad with this development coming after we just exhaustively kicked Evans name out of our mouths.
    Umu NNE,our youths needs reorientation and its left for you and I to start the campaign . I believe its possible. I believe we can have a better generation that will be industrious and hard working
    Am tired of typing jare. Am just so sad hearing sad news emanating from my people all the time. If nothing is done soon,am scared of what the next generation will look like.

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  11. Believable account of what happened..

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  12. Hmmm....nawa ooo
    The hustle for wealth...but in all these it still doesn't justify those people coming into the house of God and shooting sporadically
    And to the churches of nowadays ready to accept any thing from anyone even people with questionable wealth...how did they allow such a person raise a church with blood hands...
    Anyways what do I know?
    RIP to the dead

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  13. Meaning the guy is still alive... Omg 😱😱😱.. So they just killed innocent souls for nothing? Why didn't they identify him before shooting?? This is really sad 😭😢😵😷😭😭😭

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  14. These people and their love for money.
    When parents, elders and church bishops are more concerned about wealth and care less about dignity in labour. This is the result. As long as they continue to worship money, and close their eyes to the atrocities their wards mounts on the community. Blood must always be spilled.
    Do these elders want to tell me they didn't know Bishop with his over-night wealth wasn't into something illegal. Yet they gave a 35year old High chief and openely accepted his blood money.
    May the blood of the dead haunt them all. All those who benefitted from this evil man will all be punished.
    instead of fighting with Nigerians, solve the problems amongst your self first.
    Its the hard truth majority of you will never accept. Your enemies lies amongst you. You are the enemy within.

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  15. vampire, Evans, Bishop.
    What is the similarities in these 3 people ?

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    1. They're all human beings. Just like you.

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    2. Anon they are all from the rising land of biafruad.

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  16. Hmmm..Thank God its not my muslim brothers

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  17. I don't know what to believe anymore. Although this write-up looks genuine

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  18. On judgment day, the bible says thats many pastors will go to hell. Haba how can our pastors become so greedy and blind, allowing a drug baron to build the church. Are they aware of the number of lives drugs have destroyed? ? Greed hmmm. To think that some parents turn bind eyes to their childrens' sudden wealth hmmn its so sad. What does it profit a man to gain the whole world but lose his soul. No one knows when one would die, lets do the needful and get close to God. May God help us all. Amen

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    1. Haba! Give them benefit of doubt before concluding. Perhaps,they felt the drug gist was a rumour peddled by bad belle/haters of success.
      You feel that man will let the church know he's a drug lord? He must v side businesses he uses as a cover.

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    2. 14.05 which part of the Bible says that please?

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  19. This is unbelievable, the guy bishop is not only a dreaded druglord, he's also a cultist and murderer!

    Blood money goes with more blood.

    I don't know what else to say.

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  20. It's a lie, we know the real version of what happened, the FG is just trying to sway us from what we believe.

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    1. You guys are sick in the head.

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    2. If you don't live in South Africa keep quiet and stop saying its a lie

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  21. See his pregnant belly. Wicked drug dealing mother killing blood shedding best friend killing church building son of a gun.

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  22. Ideato come and mitigate for your husband l. Shebi you said he was such a handsome man despite the earlier post with all the allegations!
    The way people are moved by money, it's not a wonder why marriages and relationships breakdown at a whim.

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  23. too long ,can't read! One anambra boy said he could involve in money ritual just to be a big boy,this is it! they r being celebrated too.
    may God help us o, the victims were innocent,they didn't deserve all that happened

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  24. Why do I have a feeling Evans is connected with this Bishop guy. Remember he said he did drug business and was shot in South Africa when he had a fracas with a drug baron.

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  25. I so much believe this write up, some people are so desperate to get this money by all means

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  26. Blood Money to build d house of God?

    Lord Have Mercy!

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  27. The whole of that axis....Nnewi north and south, Ozubulu, Oraifite, Ukpor, Utuh.....all of dat Nnewi side ehhhh....Tufiakwa
    -Ndi oji jack egbuuuu! ( an Nnewi guy killed his blood brother with a car jack cos of money)
    -Evans the billionaire kidnapper is from Nnewi ( where is that thief sef? Or has he been kidnapped out of Naija by our police force)
    - Now, Aloyee the bishopeee!
    Let me tell u guys authoritatively, most very rich Anambra guys are murderers! I am Anambra by the way!
    Most of them sacrifice their parents for rituals to get rich quick. This is no news! They then invest the cash into a legitimate business, oil and gas, telecommunications etc and then they turn to Philanthropists and move around with 5-7 police convoys! At the end of the day, their kids never amount to anything, even after sending them to the best schools in the UK and the US.
    Bad money, Blood money!
    The era of using their wives for rituals is fading slowly cos most of their wives are now members of these secret cults. That way, it is safer for them cos the wives know everything going on!
    Most of them readily run to support God's work in the churches in their communities!
    Most of them have been knighted by the churches in their communities. I know so many of them! Evildoers! Ndi Ojooo!

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  28. Money is always the root of all evil,

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  29. Na wah ooo. When i refuse to go to church now my better half will start calling me this and that.
    Look at the churches. SMH.

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