The Presidency has again reacted to the full audio tape released by the camp of the Peoples Democratic Party, where Transportation Minister, Rotimi Amaechi was said to have lambasted the President Muhammadu Buhari government.
Presidential aide on Digital Media, Tolu Ogunlesi, on Sunday, said the trending leaked audio was clinically edited.
He said the area where Amaechi spoke about corruption was ‘edited out’.
He further released the full version of what Amaechi originally said.
An audio, which was shared by Rono Omokri of Amaechi saying Nigerians are crying in just 3 years of Buhari’s administration, has generated a lot of controversies.
Ogunlesi claimed the audio was doctored and thus misrepresented.
The Presidential aide wrote:
“You haven’t heard the last of the Amaechi ‘tapes.’
“We are dealing with Principalities and Powers, who‘ll go to any lengths to fight dirty.
You haven’t heard the last of the Amaechi ‘tapes’. We are dealing with Principalities & Powers, who‘ll go to any lengths to fight dirty.— tolu ogunlesi (@toluogunlesi) January 6, 2019
1. One of the fraudulently edited clips: https://t.co/sWZDAWVBd5
2. The original clip below. See how they edited out the ‘Corruption’ context pic.twitter.com/x0x3MAckFL