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”.
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