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Senate President cautions against revenge over killing of Gulak

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The President of the Nigerian Senate Dr. Ahmad Lawan, has appealed for restraint on the a part of these calling for revenge on the ugly homicide of the Chieftain of the All Progressive Congress APC Ahmed Gulak in Owerri, Imo State.

Gulak, a former Speaker of the Adamawa State Home of Meeting was shut to demise by unknown gunmen on Sunday in Oweri, Imo State.

Nonetheless, moderately going for revenge, Lawan stated people and teams of individuals ought to enable the related authorities to serve justice Within the matter, noting that the harm of the crime was inflicted on Nigeria as a complete.

Lawan, in a press release issued on Monday and copied Each day Publish by his Particular Adviser on Media, Mr Ola Awoniyi, described the dastardly act as “one crime too many” and referred to as for a swift investigation to deliver all who’re concerned within the crime to justice.

The Senate President, whereas condemning the killing, maintained that there might be no justification for the brutal homicide of a human being and fellow citizen.

He commiserated with the household and associates of the departed in addition to the federal government and folks of Adamawa State on the incident.

It is going to be recalled that the late Gulak, who was additionally a former Political Adviser to former President Goodluck Jonathan, was murdered on Sunday morning by gunmen on his method to the Sam Mbakwe Airport to catch a flight to Abuja.

The Imo State Police Command, nonetheless, introduced has since introduced that it has neutralised the killers of the foremost politician and lawyer in addition to recovered ammunition and automobiles from them.

It listed a few of the arms recovered from the attackers as three AK 47 rifles, one pistol, 5 AK 47 magazines with 92 rounds of reside ammunition.

Our correspondent studies that the Arewa youth underneath the aegis of the Northern Youth Council of Nigeria had issued menace to declare Governor Hope Uzodinma of Imo State unacceptable and unwelcome within the North, if he failed to supply the killers of Gulak in his area.

The group, nonetheless, withdrew the menace on Monday following the elimination of the suspected killers of the late politician by the state Police Command.

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