We Have Information On Ozubulu Killers, Says Willie Obiano
Governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, said that security agencies had a lead that could make possible the arrest of the gunmen that killed 13 people at St. Philip’s Catholic Church in Amankwa, Ozubulu in the state.
The governor, in Abuja, said that security agencies had a lead that could make possible the arrest of the gunmen.
He said, “We are taking precautions, we have a lead and the police have made some arrests and we are very confident that we will resolve the matter very soon.”
He said that the state government was bankrolling both the cost of treating the injured and the burial of dead victims of the attack.
The governor stressed that the target of the shooting was a business partner of the alleged killer of the worshippers, but said the target’s father was killed during the attack.
On why he is gunning for a second term as governor, Obiano said that his target was that by the time he had done eight years in office, he would have touched the life of everyone in the state.
Obiano said, “In agriculture, the state is doing very well and has attained self-sufficiency in rice production. We consume 320,000 metric tonnes and now we produce 375,000 metric tonnes per annum, from 80,000 metric tonne when we assumed office.
“What I want to leave behind as my legacy when I leave office after eight years is to ensure that Anambra State is self-sufficient in its revenue sources so that we will not have to be waiting for Abuja to run the affairs of governance.”