Two killed as cultists invade Pastor’s home in Ovwian


Two persons have been confirmed dead as members of the Oravwe Ogangan confraternity struck at the home of Pastor Amos Ufuoma at express junction, Ovwian, near Warri in Delta State.


According to 17 years old Lizzy Ufuoma, daughter of Pastor Amos who witnessed the attack, the cultists numbering 7 armed men were on the trail of two brothers, Ejimi Ken Isaiah and Ejimi Jesse Ejiro and others who, they claimed betrayed the confraternity in line with advise from Pastor Amos.

According to Lizzy Ufuoma who spoke to newsmen and the police about the incident, their targets disappearance after the Pastor’s wise counsel was why they visited him to tell them where they have disappeared to.
She said the cultists descended on her mother, Mrs. Dorcas Ufuoma and her elder brother, David Ufuoma and killed them in cold blood because they could not lay their hands on their targets.

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According to her, the Ejimis betrayed the Oravwe Ogangan Confraternity to the security agencies which led to an attack on the group and the arrest of some of their leaders in July 2019.

Lamenting the death of his wife and son, Pastor Amos Ufuoma said he was not at home when the deadly cultists struck, stating that he was not aware that the Ejimis betrayed any group and that he is innocent of the accusation levelled against him by the cult group.

He also lamented the psychological torture on his 17 years old daughter Lizzy who witnessed the gruesome murder of her mother and brother in cold blood.

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As at the time of filing this said report, the police said they were on the trail of the perpetrators of the heinous crime and that they would be brought to book immediately they are apprehended.

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