The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has denied any involvement in the killing of Ahmed Gulak, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, saying Governor Hope Uzodinma should be held accountable, and not us.
IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Powerful said this in a statement on Sunday shortly after his killing, describing Gulak’s death as a “professional assassination.”
Though media reports say Nigerian security agencies accuse IPOB of having a hand.
However, Powerful said the claims by the Nigeria Intelligence community are unprofessional and urged Imo State governor, Uzodinma, to disclose how Gulak died.
He said,: “The Nigeria intelligence community has shown how unprofessional they are, today is not sit-at-home.
“People are going to church and this was why he shifted the date to tomorrow. This is political assassination; we are not in the same party with Gulak.
“Uzodinma and APC knows about Gulaks death, we do not know anything about his movement, talk more of him being in the state. Nigerians believe this because they hate IPOB, Biafra.”