Ondo massacre, where over 50 people was gunn down, is a DRUG WAR — Dr Kemi Olunloyo


Over 50 innocent Nigerians were killed in a church in Owo, Ondo state, during an on going church service.

A controversial former journalist, Dr Kemi Olunloyo has described the incident as a drug war related, she continued by giving instances, where such attack has happened some time ago at Ozubulu, in Anambra state.

In opinion, via her verified Twitter handle, she said;

 MY OPINION: #OndoMassacre is POSSIBLY A DRUG WAR. Many similarities with Ozubulu, Anambra state August 6th 2017. Nobody was kidnapped. All priests are said to be safe. Congregation killed, Catholic Church. Ondo state is the HQ of marijuana cultivation. Stay safe!🇳🇬#OndoState

#EnddrugabuseNG 4 @ndlea_nigeria officers were EXECUTED on Owo/Ifon rd 2019. Agents Aliu Aliu, Mohammed Iliyasu, Wellinton Emmanuel & Abduljalad Mohammed, were all killed by vicious DRUG DEALERS. Security agencies must identify the dead to see if any was targeted. #ondomassacre

Ozubulu, Anambra August 6th 2017, Mexican cartels and other drug dealers opened fire in a Catholic Church killing 36 as they came looking for an alleged drug kingpin. His father was among those killed but he was not in the service that day as he got a message on a possible hit.

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