One congregant has been reported killed and several others injured after gunmen suspected to be bandits invaded ECWA Church at Gabaciwa village in Kachia Local Government Area of Kaduna State on Sunday morning service.
According to Channels Tv, security report reveals that the gunmen invaded the church during the Sunday morning service and attacked the worshipers which led to the killing of one person while several others were seriously injured.
Meanwhile, the Kaduna State Governor, Malam Nasir El-Rufai has condernmed the attack, describing it as devilish act targeting innocent citizens who were exercising their constitutional and universal rights to religious freedom.
The Governor commiserated with ECWA Church and the family of the victim who lost his life in the disastrous attack, he prayed for the repose of the deceased and directed the Kaduna State Emergency Management Agency to ascertain the level of destruction and provide succor to the victims who are receiving medical treatment in the hospital.
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