‘He Has Lost All Sense Of Decency,’ Keyamo Blasts Atiku’s response to the audio corruption that was leaked.

Festus Keyamo, the spokesperson for the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign committee, has criticized Atiku Abubakar, the PDP candidate for president, for his response to a number of corruption claims made against him by a former aide, Michael Achimugu.
Micheal reportedly accused Atiku of creating phony firms and using them to transfer government monies to his personal account while he was in office in leaked audios that were previously published by The Site News.

However, the 2023 PDP candidate, during the interview with BBC, said all corruption allegations against him have been investigated in the past and he wasn’t found wanting.

He, therefore, declared the allegations by Achimugu as nothing new. The PDP candidate also said he is the most investigated person in the country.

Responding to a direct question that sought to confirm if the voice in the audio leaked by Achimugu was his own, Atiku said: “that audio has disclosed nothing new”.

Reacting via Twitter, Festus Keyamo said people’s outrage means nothing to a man whose ways are set on corruption.

The Minister of State for Labour and Employment noted that Atiku admitting to the leaked audio as ‘nothing new’ means he has lost all sense of decency and sees corruption as a way of life.

He tweeted: “Just listen to Atiku. When a man is set in his ways of corruption, he no longer feels the people’s outrage regarding corruption.

“Atiku basically admits to the tape, but says he said ‘nothing new’ there. Atiku has lost all sense of decency and now sees corruption as a way of life.”

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