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Sunday, 1 January 2017

Govs Block DSS From Monitoring Calls Over Wike's Leaked Audio.

Some state governors have devised new strategies to ensure that their sensitive conversations do not become public knowledge....



The action followed the alleged audio leak of Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, and his Ekiti State counterpart, Ayodele Fayose’s telephone conversation, over the recent rerun election in Rivers State.

Investigations by Sunday punch showed that some state executives had started using WhatsApp, Facebook, and Blackberry Messenger call options to engage in sensitive conversations.

It was also learnt that some of the governors have acquired modern technological equipment, which would alert them of their calls being monitored.

A governor in the South-South geopolitical zone told punch that the alleged leak of Wike’s telephone conversations on three occasions had forced him to take extra measures to avoid being a victim.

He said, “We have equipment that can detect when our calls are bugged or being recorded. We have decided to use them now.”

A close aide of a South-West governor, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said his principal does not “speak anyhow” on the telephone.

According to him, the governor will come to his house anytime he wished to discuss sensitive issues.

He said, “My governor does not use Internet-enabled phone. He uses one of those old phones that leave no room for bugging.”

The aide said the governor’s office was protected with modern intelligence gadgets, noting that a bugging device would be easily detected.

Another governor in the South-West explained on condition of anonymity that he did not discuss sensitive issues on the telephone.

A governor in a North-Central state explained that he makes use of Internet, WhatsApp or Facebook calls whenever he wants to discuss sensitive or personal issues with any of his colleagues, family or friends.

He said, “Nobody can record my telephone conversations because I don’t use mobile phones to make sensitive calls.”

Another governor from the same geopolitical zone, who has been a public officer since 1992, said he had started taking extra caution since the audio leaks.

“The plain truth is that we are aware that buggers are on the prowl. All sensitive matters can’t be discussed on the phone anyhow again,” he said.



9 comments:

Loveme Jeje said...

Hahahaha the fear of vuhari

miss Aboki the great said...

End time fabu

Olabanji Olajide said...

Hian.. Who phone call eppšŸ˜•šŸ˜•šŸ˜•šŸ˜•šŸ˜•šŸ˜•šŸ˜•

peace maker said...

Good to know

St.FranKooL.... said...

The guilty are afraid...

Anonymous said...

Shey now we know why Femi Otedola & Aliko Dangote use those old phones with no internet capability. Fear of bugging!!!

FRESH said...

So this man with crocodile voice dey fear DSS? Lolz

Anonymous said...

How many years did you work as secretary for each to know they use old phones? And I'm amazed at how ignorant people sound believing it's only internet-enabled phones can be intercepted, a review of basic telephony will tell you that the only safe way is unless you have face-to-face conversation with every contact you have. Y'all are too gullible and these governors sound very pathetic with these bubble gum measures

Anonymous said...

Lwkmd! Igbo people talk say when fowl pollute, ground go begin pursue am. As long as you're using a Nigerian network provider, calls can be tracked WELLA, even Thuraya. If them like they can go & get Nigerien, Chadian, Camerounian, etc phone numbers, with the alliance between the governments, they'll track it & give the Nigerians what they need. Make dem collect telepathic powers from the babalawos & communicating that way

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