Leaked tape: APC chieftain, Momoh reacts to Amaechi’s audio

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Prince Tony Momoh,
on Thursday said the ruling party won't judge the Minister of
Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi over leaked audio of him criticizing
President Muhammadu Buhari.

Recall that a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno
Omokri had released an audio recording of Amaechi, referring to Buhari
as an ignoramus who neither takes advice nor reads to acquire
information.

Reacting, Momoh, a former Minister of Transportation explained that
Amaechi won't be judged because the intention of those behind the
leaked audio was to undermine the presidential campaign of the APC.

Speaking in an interview with Daily Independent, Momoh mocked those
behind the leaked audio to find something better to do with their
time.

He said: "There are three ways people express themselves; in their
thoughts, words and in their deeds. Many people say thoughts are free.

"That is a lie because your own thoughts are recorded in creation and
you bear responsibility for them. But unfortunately, human beings
cannot read the thoughts of people.

"So, if you know what people think of you, they may even be wishing
you dead while they are laughing. So, people bear responsibility for
whatever they do. On earth, it is what we see you do and we monitor
that we use in binding you.

"No matter what they say, Amaechi has been damn effective and we have
no reason to be unhappy with him. He is a fighter. So, if people just
want to use thinking aloud which he is entitled to, to undo him, then
they are using wrong means because it cannot affect Amaechi's output.

"Let people look for more credible ways of undermining the APC
campaign. The campaign has taken off and as you can see, it is a
movement that is looking at the issue of what APC has done in the last
three years in attending to the human condition in Nigeria which PDP
didn't do for 16 years."

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