Ahmed Gulak: Assassination Of Politicians Is Not Part Of Our Agenda – IPOB Denies Killing Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s Aide
The Independent People of Biafra, IPOB has reacted after the former aide to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak, was killed by unknown gunmen in Owerri, Imo State.
Following reports of the death of Gulak, lots of people have appointed accusing fingers at the IPOB for having knowledge about the attack.
Emma Powerful, secretary of the organization, released a statement as he did not mince words when he made it clear that politicians are out of their target group.
The statement read: “The attention of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) ably led by our great leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has been drawn to the untenable allegation by the security agencies that IPOB was responsible for the assassination of former presidential aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Ahmed Gulak on his way to Sam Mbakwe Airport Owerri Imo State.
“We therefore state without equivocations that IPOB knows nothing about the said assassination. In the first place, what threat did the late Gulak constitute to our cause to warrant his elimination? We had nothing in common with him and could not have in any way killed him.
“Pointing accusing fingers at IPOB for this barbaric act is only meant to divert attention away from the real masterminds. This is the same way terrorists in security uniform commit various atrocities in South East and turn around to blame IPOB for their crimes just to tarnish our global reputation. This is purely a smokescreen to justify their long awaited plan to declare another special military operation in the Eastern region to kill more innocent Biafrans.
“Instead of the security agencies to properly investigate the incident and possible factors they were switch to accuse IPOB of a crime we know nothing about. Did IPOB have the itinerary of the late Gulak to have waylaid him at the airport? “Before linking IPOB with the crime the jaundiced zoo security agencies should have first investigated Gulak’s host, Hope Uzodima, as well as his political opponents to establish their possible involvement.
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