Federal Government tells Peter Obi to clarify position on leaked audio
Written by Joey Shekwonuzhibo on April 11, 2023
The Federal Government is challenging the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, to clarify his position on a leaked audio of the conversation he allegedly had with the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo.
Addressing the media in London, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said Obi should clarify what he meant by saying the leaked conversation was “a fake doctored audio call.”
The minister says in the aftermath of the leaked audio, Obi came out to say that it was “a fake, doctored audio call’’, adding that “If it is fake, it means it never took place.
Muhammed says but if it is doctored, it means there was that conversation but it was manipulated.
Now, the Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Ministry of Aviation, has acquired RPA-200MC mobile 3D primary radars.
The primary 3D radar supplied by INVAP is the first export of its kind between Argentina and any African country.
The procurement was facilitated by Jampur International FZE, a company from the United Arab Emirates, which is responsible for the provision of airport equipment required by the Federal Ministry of Aviation to improve the safety of civil aviation operations in that country.
The radar, the first of nine to be supplied, was transferred last Tuesday in a Hercules plane of the Argentine Air Force which arrived in Nigeria last weekend.
It was received by the Argentine ambassador in Nigeria, Alejandro Herrero, and the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika.