The killers of catholic church members in Ondo state have been apprehended within 24 hours after the women of the community placed curses on the killers.
The killers came to the community to confess what they did.
Suspected attackers of the St. Francis Catholic Church in Owo, Ondo State, have been reportedly arrested.
A trending video shows a crowd protesting within the palace of the Olowo of Owo, Oba Ajibade Ogunoye.
One of them could be heard saying: “They want to take them (suspects) to Akure. The youths are angry.”
Gunmen, last Sunday, invaded the church and murdered several worshipers, including women and children in Ondo.
The death toll has hit 40, with others injured still at the hospital receiving treatment.
The Police had confirmed that some of the assailants disguised as congregants and fired shots from AK-47 rifles.
The security agency also announced that three unexploded Improvised Explosive Device at the scene (IEDs) were recovered.
The accusation was laid on the Fulani tribe. Later after the gruesome killing, the gory incident was carried out by trained terrorists from Mali according to Ondo State Government.