Former adviser to Nigeria Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak, shot dead
Ahmed Gulak, a former adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, was shot dead in Owerri, Imo State, Sunday morning, while on his way to the airport, according to the police.
Gulak was shot dead Sunday morning, while on his way to Sam Mbakwe Airport for his flight, according to an earlier statement from the police.
The police in a statement issued on Sunday night said Mr Gulak’s killers were traced to their location within Imo on Sunday where they were shot dead during a gun battle with police operatives.
“The six hoodlums who carried out the killings and four other members of their gang were fatally injured.
“The assailants were identified as members of the proscribed IPOB and ESN,” the police spokesperson in Imo, Bala Elkana, said in the statement.
“The driver who drove late Ahmed Gulak and a co-victim who survived have all identified the dead body of the IPOB/ESM members positively as their attackers and also identified the three vehicles recovered as those used by the attackers,” the statement added.
The police said three AK 47 rifles, one pistol, five AK-47 magazines with 92 rounds of live ammunition and charms were recovered from the suspects.