Buhari talks tough, APC, ACF condemn ex-Jonathan’s aide killing

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Sunday said his regime would ensure that those who killed a chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Ahmed Gulak, were brought to justice.
Buhari spoke in a statement by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, titled, ‘President Buhari expresses outrage, sadness over Gulak’s murder.’
Gulak, a former Special Adviser on Political Matters to former President Goodluck Jonathan, was killed in Owerri, Imo State, on Sunday.

Sources said he was ambushed while on his away to the Sam Mbakwe International Cargo airport.

His motorcade was reportedly attacked at a place called Obiagwa, close to the airport.

Shehu quoted the President as saying, “I’m repulsed by such premeditated and gruesome murder of Gulak by evil people who are determined to undermine the peace, unity and territorial integrity of our country.
“Let me warn, however, that nobody or group of people who engage in such despicable acts should expect to go free. We will deploy all resources at our disposal to ensure that such callous and criminal elements are brought to justice.”
A spokesperson for the police in the state, Bala Elkana, in a statement, said six bandits were behind the murder.
Elkana said Gulak left his hotel room in Owerri on Sunday to catch a flight without informing the police despite the security situation in the state.
The statement read, “On May 30, around 7.20am, bandits intercepted and attacked a Toyota Camry cab taking Ahmed Gulak and two others who were on their way to the Sam Mbakwe Airport to catch a flight.
“Ahmed Gulak left his room at Protea Hotel without informing the police or sister agencies in view of the fragile security situation in the South-East and Imo in particular.


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