Rivers Govt. Reacts To Sahara Reporters Leaked Audio, Says Gov. Wike Was Impersonated Using A Voice Changer TechnologyBy cheatmaster 08:21 Thu, 15 Dec 2016 Comments
An audio released today by Sahara Reporters was alleged to be Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, who held a telephone conversation with officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), arranging payment to the officials in exchange for their help in rigging the recently concluded legislative elections in the state.
Well, the commissioner for Information in the state is refuting this claim, saying the APC and their media allies used a voice changer technology to impersonate the governor. Read the release after the cut....
"The attention of the Rivers State Government has been drawn to a publication by Saharareporters, alleging that governor Nyesom Wike had illicit contacts with officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), in the run up to the rerun elections, on the 10th of December 2016 in Rivers State. We categorically deny these latest allegations as a sick fabrication, and an outright lie.
Governor Wike never made any contact with INEC officials, in person or by telephone.
Saharareporters.com is the online propaganda bullhorn of the All Progressives Congress (APC). Their publications are typically false, and the writers are professional hawkers of fiction. No one would have thought that the APC and its cowardly media allies would resort to an audio impersonation of governor Nyesom Wike, using a voice changer technology.
The voice changer technology is often used by teenagers especially in South Korea and Japan to launch innocent technological pranks at each other, mainly for laughs. The use of such a technology to blackmail a governor is a new criminal low for the APC, a party already widely discredited for its addiction to falsehood. The APC and Saharareporters are inmates in the prison of their own lies. We reject the latest blackmail by the APC. Signed
Dr Austin Tam-George,
Commissioner for Information and Communication, Rivers State.
15th December 2016"
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