Ahmed Gulak: President Buhari Breaks Silence, Talks Tough over Murder of Jonathan's ex-Adviser

Ahmed Gulak: President Buhari Breaks Silence, Talks Tough over Murder of Jonathan's ex-Adviser

- President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to the murder of Ahmed Gulak in Imo state

- In a statement on Sunday through Garba Shehu, Buhari swore that none of the assailants will go scot-free

- The president condoled with the people of Adamawa state and family members over the death of the APC chieftain

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President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed shock and sadness over the death of Ahmed Gulak, an All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain.

Gulak, a former political aide to former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, was killed in Owerri on Sunday, May 30, by suspected gunmen on his way to the airport.

Ahmed Gulak: President Buhari Reacts to Murder to Goodluck Jonathan's ex-Adviser
President Buhari said the killers of Ahmed Gulak will not escape justice. Credit: @Adamawareporter
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In a statement by his special adviser on media and publicity, Garba Shehu, President Buhari described the death of Gulak as heinous and vowed that the murderers would not escape the long arms of the law.

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Buhari said he would deploy all the resources at his disposal to ensure that the killers are "brought to justice", adding that perpetrators of evils will not go scot-free.

President Buhari also condoled with the families, friends and relatives of the deceased and people of Adamawa state.

Gulak, a former PDP governorship aspirant, served as a speaker of Adamawa state House of Assembly and the opposition party's former national chairman.

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Gulak left hostel without our knowledge

Meanwhile, the police command in Imo has revealed why gunmen who killed Ahmed Gulak, the late former national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) got easy access to him.

The commissioner of police, Abutu Yaro, through the command's spokesman, Bala Alkana, on Sunday, May 30, noted that knowing the fragile security situation in the state, Gulak did not inform the security agency about his movement.

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In the statement, the commissioner also disclosed that Gulak left the state from his hotel room without police escort, The Cable also reported.

It's time to know these unknown gunmen

Legit.ng earlier reported that Shehu Sani told the government to take action and track down unknown gunmen perpetrating evils across the country

- The former lawmaker's comment trailed the abduction of Nasarawa lawmaker Ismail Danbaba and the murder of Ahmed Gulak. Sani lamented that road travellings in some parts of the country have become a "dangerous expedition and a hellish experience"

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