Stampede In Church Program In Nigeria, 31 People Including Children Died

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Stampede In Church Program In Nigeria, 31 People Including Children Died

Stampede At Church Event in Nigeria: A tragic accident has happened in a city in Nigeria. At least 31 people were killed and seven others injured after a stampede broke out at a church event in the southeastern Nigerian city of Port Harcourt on Saturday. CNN gave information quoting the police and security officials. The incident happened in the early hours of Saturday when hundreds of people who had reached the church to take food broke a gate, causing a stampede. According to Olufemi Ayodel, a regional spokesman for Nigeria’s Civil Defense Corps, the tragic incident took place at a local polo club, where the nearby King’s Assembly Church organized a gift donation campaign. Donation Drive) was organized.

,Most of the casualties were children,
Olufemi Ayodel said, ‘During the process of distributing the gift items, there was a stampede due to overcrowding. “Most of the casualties were children,” he said. CNN quoted State Police Spokesperson Grace Woengikuro Iringe-Koko as saying that the operation had not even started when the stampede broke out.

,The mob forcibly entered the venue,
Woyengikuro Iringe-Koko said the crowd forcibly entered the venue, despite the fact that the gate was closed, resulting in the accident. Voyengikuro Iringe-Koko said, “31 people have been confirmed dead. Seven injured have been admitted to the hospital after the incident.

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