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Nigeria Elections 2015 Presidency begins investigation on leaked Jonathan/Buhari phone call

The matter is being probed to determine where the leak came from – whether from the seat of power or from General Buhari’s camp.

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Goodluck Jonathan and Muhammadu Buhari

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The Presidency has begun investigations to uncover the person or persons behind the leak of the acclaimed telephone conversation between Nigeria’s incumbent President, Goodluck Jonathan and President-elect General Muhammadu Buhari.

Jonathan had called Buhari to congratulate him on his victory in the Presidential election last week, but surprisingly, the audio recording leaked online via a Twitter handle @EveryNigerian.

According to a Punch Villa source, the leak was an embarrassment to the Presidency. The matter is however being probed to determine where the leak came from – whether from the seat of power or from General Buhari’s camp.

“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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