Presidency Embarrassed By Leaked Telephone Conversation Between Jonathan and Buhari, Orders Probe

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GEJ-BuhariIndications emerged on Friday that the Presidency has begun a probe of the leakage of the telephone conversation between President Goodluck Jonathan and Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) on Tues­day March 31st.

President Jonathan had at 5.15 pm, called Buhari, winner of last Saturday’s presidential polls on the plat­form of the All Progressives Congress (APC), to concede defeat and congratulate him.

However, two days after the call, an audio file of the conversation found its way to the public domain in what a presidency source described as serious security breach.

The source, who pleaded anonymity while confirming the probe, said the action has caused the seat of power serious em­barrassment.

The source explained that the probe is to ascertain whether the recording was leaked from the presidency or was made public from Buhari’s camp.

The source further dis­closed that should it be con­firmed that it was leaked from the presidency, those found culpable will face ap­propriate sanction

“Definitely, unauthorised release of a raw recording of the president’s telephone conversation, if from our (Presidency’s) end is a se­curity breach that cannot go without being investigated”, the source said.

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