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Church releases names of victims of Ozubulu massacre

The Catholic Church has released the names of victims of last Sunday’s attack which left many worshipers at the St. Philip’s Catholic Church, Ozubulu in Ekwusigo LGA of Anambra State dead and several others were injured.

The names were released in a statement issued and signed by the Diocesan Bishop of Nnewi, Most Rev. Hilary Paul Odili Okeke on Tuesday.

The names of the victims as contained in a statement signed by Most Rev. Hilary Paul Odili Okeke are as follows:

THOSE IN A/E

  1. Ikegwuonu Caroline
  2. Nwakile Anthonia
  3. Okoye Odinaka
  4. Okoye Patricia
  5. Isaac Chinedu
  6. Oramadike Chinagorom
  7. Oramadike Chinecherem
  8. Udegbunam Chidimma
  9. Ndulue Samuel
  10. Udegbunam Obiageli
  11. Ugochi Obiajulu
  12. Chukwueloka Chineze
  13. Oramadike Chioma
  14. Azuka Basil
  15. Oramadike Chiamaka

IN ICU

  1. Uchechukwu Chukwueloka

IN FSW

  1. Nwanya Ngozi

IN PAEDIATRIC SURGICAL

  1. Ngwuta Chinemelum
  2. Asomba Chukwudum

OBA TRAUMA CENTRE

  1. Nnudule Leonard

DISCHARGED

  1. Muomah Michael
  2. Oramadike Favour

THE NAMES OF DEAD VICTIMS

  1. Cyprian Ikegwuonu
  2. Hyacinth Oramadike
  3. Cecilia Ewin
  4. Eunice Akanigbo
  5. Rose Okoye
  6. Anulika Obunadike
  7. Uchenna Obunadike
  8. Anthonia Ufondu
  9. Miss Oluchukwu Uhelu
  10. Miss Christiana Igbeja
  11. Udeze Pauline
  12. Victoria Uzokwe
  13. Florence Nweke

 

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