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Gulak didn’t inform us of his movement, say police

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The police have said a former presidential aide, Ahmed Gulak, did not inform them of his movement before he was killed by six bandits in Owerri, Imo State, on Sunday morning..



The Imo State Police Command said this in a statement issued by its spokesperson, Bala Elkana, shortly after the politician was murdered.

The police noted that only Gulak was killed by the bandits in a vehicle he was riding to the airport.

They said that Gulak left his hotel room in Owerri on Sunday morning to catch a flight at Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport, Owerri, without informing the police despite the security situation in the state.

In the statement titled, ‘Murder of Ahmed Gulak by armed bandits’, the Imo Commissioner of Police, Abutu Yaro, was said to have ordered a discreet investigation into the murder incident.


The statement read, “On the 30/5/2021, at about 07:20hrs, armed bandits intercepted and attacked a Toyota Camry cab carrying Ahmed Gulak and two others who were on their way to Sam Mbakwe Airport to catch a flight.

“Ahmed Gulak left his room at Protea Hotel without informing the Police nor sister agencies in view of the fragile security situation in the South East and Imo in particular.



“He left without any security escorts and while the cab driver took the irregular route to the airport, six armed bandits who rode in a Toyota Sienna intercepted, identified and shot at Ahmed Gulak at around Umueze Obiangwu in Ngor-Okpala Local Government Area close to the Airport.

“The Commissioner of Police Imo CP Abutu Yaro, fdc has directed a discreet investigation into the matter as Tactical and Special forces have been deployed to cordone the area and arrest perpetrators.”.

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