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Jonathan’s political adviser bites the dust

Jonathan’s political adviser bites the dust
April 30
05:52 2014

Political adviser to the president, Ahmed Gulak, has been sacked as President Goodluck Jonathan continues to re-jig his team ahead of the 2015 presidential election. He recently dropped Mike Ogiadhome as chief of staff in response to criticism against the former deputy governor of Edo State who was believed to be making enemies for his principal. A statement signed by presidential spokesman, Reuben Abati, said the appointment of Gulak “has been terminated” without offering any reason. A replacement, he said, would be announced “in due course”.


  1. Bummy
    Bummy April 30, 09:19

    He is Transforming to become GEJ Campaign office Boss.

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  2. Godwin
    Godwin April 30, 09:48

    Disastrous end for a garrulous speaker. People like Gulak should remember that the only permanent thing in life is change! If lucky next time, he will weigh his words before opening his mouth.

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  3. Mike
    Mike April 30, 11:57

    Good one, big bros . Looking forward to you breaking new grounds

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  4. MrMean
    MrMean April 30, 17:25

    Two down. More heads to roll. We are watching. My joy will know no bounds when it will be Reuben Abati's turn.

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  5. mgsk
    mgsk April 30, 22:53

    good for him

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  6. abufareeda
    abufareeda May 01, 09:50

    With people like Gulak as advisers,the president should not have to look for enemies.

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  7. Olabode
    Olabode May 01, 17:48

    The man Gulak, want to get into the heart of his oga, he is trying to patronize him cos this has always being the way things had run in Nigeria

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  8. ekwe ome
    ekwe ome May 03, 15:16

    why did he open his mouth so wide to the wrath of his employer. Let him retire home for good.

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