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Yul Edochie weeps over the Ondo church.

Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has expressed his sorrow over the massacre of parishioners at St Francis Catholic Church in Owo, Ondo State, by gunmen.

Unidentified gunmen stormed the church at 12 p.m. on Sunday and opened fire on worshipers, killing an undetermined number of people.

Concerned citizens of the country have continued to express their outrage and demand that the Federal Government take immediate action to solve the deteriorating security situation.

In a video posted to his social media accounts, Yul reacted by crying at the amount of insecurity destroying the country.

He bemoaned the fact that some leaders are still focused on the 2023 general elections, claiming that if assailants killed all Nigerians, there would be no need for governance.

"Everyone is fleeing the country because their lives are in danger, and no one can blame them," he said.

"Can you tell me what's going on in this country?" I recall when we were children and this country was calm. How can you open fire on unarmed citizens attending church services?

"Every day, we talk about the killings that are taking place in our country, and nothing is being done about it." Human life no longer means anything to people in the North, South, and everywhere.

Everyone is worried about the election, but who will govern and who will vote if they kill all Nigerians?"

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