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Gov Uzodinma visits slain Ahmed Gulak’s family

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Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma, has elougized the slain ex-Presidential Aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak for being on the aspect of fact and unity always.

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Governor Uzodinma spoke on Wednesday, when he paid a condolence go to to the household of the late Ahmed Gulak, which was contained in an announcement made obtainable to DAILY POST on Wednesday,.
He urged the household to be robust and united as at all times.

Ahmed Gulak, in accordance with report, was shot lifeless on Sunday on his method to Sam Mbakwe Worldwide Cargo Airport enroute Abuja after a go to to Imo State.

The previous Political Adviser was additionally the committee chairman of Imo APC main election in 2019 the place he declared Senator Hope Uzodinma the governorship candidate of the occasion amid controversy.

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In his response, the pinnacle of the household and the primary son of late Gulak, Mustapha Gulak, thanked Governor Uzodimma for his presence in comfort to the household at this attempting time, regardless of his tight schedule as a governor.

Prior to now, Governor Hope Uzodinma, has described the killing of Alhaji Ahmed Gulak, the ex-Political Adviser to the previous President, Goodluck Jonathan, as politically-masterminded.

The Governor, at a press briefing in Owerri, the style with which politician was killed was unconnected to a political assassination.

In accordance with the Governor, “Ahmed Gulak was in Imo State for a nationwide project. He got here to Owerri with the Senate Committee on Constitutional Modification. Being a humble man, he selected to journey incognito in accordance with his buddy who was with him.

“Somebody will need to have trailed him from the resort to the airport. That’s precisely why his ugly homicide seems to be a transparent case of political assassination”.

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