Media hype have trailed the call made by America’s President, Donald Trump on Monday to his Nigerian counterpart, Muhammadu Buhari as there has been no readout usually issued by the White House each time the President makes such calls.
According to a report by Per Second News, efforts made to get the readout from the White House revealed that there was none as it appeared that the President’s office tape recorder was switched off, and as such, no recording was made.
It was also disclosed that same thing happened as President Trump called South African leader, Jacob Zuma.
Further research revealed that there was no such readout when Trump made a call through to his counterpart in Russia, Vladimir Putin. Officials of the White House revealed that there was no recording of the two leaders.
Curious Nigerians had taken to the media since Monday evening demanding a release of the phone call discussion from the White House.
Further findings by the news media revealed that readout of President Trump’s phone call with President Juan Manuel Santos of Columbia was made public. A call he made after speaking with the two African leaders.
Also, the readout of the phone call he made to President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru on Sunday was also published on Sunday.