Ondo Catholic Church Attack: Oyedepo Reacts, Declares Instant Judgment on Killers

Ondo Catholic Church Attack: Oyedepo Reacts, Declares Instant Judgment on Killers

  • Renowned Christian cleric Bishop Oyedepo has reacted angrily to the attack at St. Francis Catholic Church, Owo, Ondo State, on Sunday, June 5
  • The presiding bishop of the Living Faith Church worldwide also known as Winners Chapel while condemning the attack declared instant judgment on the perpetrators
  • Bishop Oyedepo thereby disclosed the attackers and their enablers would not escape the punishment of God

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Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church has said that the attackers of St. Francis Church, Owo in Ondo state would be punished for their actions, The Punch reports.

Some terrorists had on Sunday, June 5, invaded the church during worship, killing several worshippers while scores were injured.

Following the attack, the renowned cleric, who spoke during a sermon on Wednesday, June 8, at the church’s headquarters, Ota in Ogun State, expressed anger at the level of insecurity ravaging the entire nation.

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Ondo Catholic Church Attack, Bishop David Oyedepo, Owo, Rotimi Akeredolu
Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has disclosed that 80 persons were involved in last Sunday's terror attack at St Francis Catholic Church, Owa-luwa street, Owo. Photo credit: Rotimi Akeredolu Aketi
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Bishop Oyedepo declared judgement on the killers of the attack at Owo, Ondo state

Oyedepo declared instant judgment on the killers, saying they will perish with their sponsors.

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He said:

“The devil is very scared of the church because that is where God empowers his people to rule in the midst of the enemies. That is why those vagabonds were out there in Ondo State to kill.
“I can tell you this, if they escape death, God has not sent me. Their generation will smell, and the people who sent them will smell. They shall be forgotten. The back of their camel is already broken.
“Everybody living is created by God. All the gang-up from hell against the well-being of this nation has come under a curse. Curse be to all those causing attacks in this country.”

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Bishop Oyedepo condemned the Buhari-Osinbajo led administration

Condemning the government, he said:

“Do you know that there is no response yet? My God, 50 people killed? My God! This government is evil from head to toe. I knew it, I shouted it, this government is evil.”

Nigerians react

Nigerians took to the official Facebook page of Legit.ng and shared their opinion on the development.

Joy Jay Ogboghodo wrote

"In Jesus mighty name Amen vengeance of God shall visit thier camp Amen ."

Steve Frosh said

"Bishop don swear authority follows, see vawulence ."

Imo Aaron Dan stated

"God does not kill, don't expect retaliation from him. They may die ooo but it won't God killing them."

Paul Jumbo said

"The God of Isreal and Isreal have one of the highest Arsenals in the world."

Abiola Olajide Reuben Oni

"Amen. And, they shall see stone and call it food. And, they shall eat their own flesh."

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Paul Smith Snr queried

"Na today him Dey declare instant judgment."

Patience D Edahdike said

"By the power of the Holy spirit In Jesus Mighty Name Amen."

Rufina Ubah-Okolie said

"Amen. God fight this battle for us. Prove yourself God."

We were locked in the church for over 20 mins, Priest speaks on Ondo attack

Legit.ng has earlier reported that the terrorists that attacked St Francis Catholic Church, Owa-luwa Street, Owo, Ondo state struck when the church was about to end its service.

According to Reverend Father Andrew Abayomi, one of the priests in the church, the incident lasted about 20 minutes.

Meanwhile, Ondo state Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has lamented the deadly attack, vowing not to rest until the criminals are apprehended.

Catholic church attack, declaration of war against Yoruba, Akintoye declares

The leader of the Yoruba self-determination movement Ilana Omo Oodua Worldwide, Prof. Banji Akintoye had reacted to the terrorists attack in Ondo state.

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He described the Sunday, June 5, attack on Christian worshipers at St. Francis Catholic Church, Owo, by terrorists suspected to be Fulani herdsmen as a declaration of war against the Yoruba people.

Prof. Banji Akintoye made this known in a statement by the communications secretary Maxwell Adeleye.

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