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Jonathan’s ex-aide, Ahmed Gulak, shot dead in Imo

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Gunmen on Sunday shot a former presidential aide, Ahmed Gulak, to death while on his away to Sam Mbakwe International Cargo Airport in Imo State.

It was gathered that Gulak was attacked by unknown gunmen in his vehicle – Camry – marked Texas BFT 2150 at a place called Obiagwa, close to the Airport.

The state Commissioner of Police, Abutu Yaro, who confirmed the development told PUNCH that  “It is true but the details are sketchy. I am on the way to the airport. Please call the CP in charge of Airport. He will give more details. You know that Imo command is different from Airport command.”

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Southern California parents die of covid-19, leaving behind five children — including a newborn

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Thomas Stemen sentenced to 10 years in prison for injecting stranger with semen

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Last week, Stemen, 53, was sentenced in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court to 10 years in prison for the February 2020 assault at a grocery store in Churchton, Md. He was also convicted of second-degree assault for making contact with, but not hurting, a 17-year-old girl in the same supermarket, and sentenced to five years of probation for that.

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Photographer Alejandro Prieto wins award for photo of roadrunner “blocked” by Trump’s border wall

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Prieto, who has been documenting wildlife for more than 20 years, has been on a mission to show how plants and animals along the U.S.-Mexico border have responded to the barriers. A lot of attention was placed on how the wall would affect immigration and drug smuggling, he said, but he worried about the natural ecosystem.

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