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Robbers Invade Dunamis Church In Abuja, Injure Security Guard

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No fewer than 10 armed robbers, on Monday, invaded the Dunamis Worldwide Gospel Centre in Bwari, Abuja, and brutally stabbed a safety guard on responsibility.

In response to reviews, the hoodlums stabbed the safety guard, recognized solely as John, within the abdomen and ripped off his intestines.



This has since brought on panic for residents of the District Centre Property, Section 4, Kubwa, within the Bwari space council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

The gang members had been stated to have arrived within the church from the shanties and slums within the neighbourhood.

In response to a supply quoted by Punch, the robbers demanded cash and searched the premises, including that they grew to become indignant once they couldn’t discover something.

He stated, “The incident occurred round 3 am on Monday. The robbers got here and John tried to withstand them. Through the fracas, he was overpowered and stabbed within the abdomen.

“He was rushed to the Basic Hospital in Kubwa however as a result of medical doctors had been on strike, there was nothing that might be accomplished. He was thereafter transferred to a different non-public hospital in Abuja.”

Additionally talking, the Chairman of the District Centre Property, Ifeanyi Uwaje, confirmed the incident.

He stated, “What occurred was very unlucky; we took the sufferer to a hospital and we now have reported the case to the police.”

An Affiliate Pastor of the church, Joseph Ogaba, stated nothing was stolen from the church.

He stated, “Nothing was taken from the church and we can not query any person (guard) who’s on the sickbed. Till he will get higher and we hear from him, no matter you hear will probably be assumptions. We’ll desire you wait to listen to from the church earlier than publication.”

In the meantime, the Police Public Relations Officer for the FCT, Josephine Adeh had but to reply to textual content messages despatched to her telephone line as of the time of submitting this report.

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