Stella Dimoko Sagay Says Secretary To The Government Of The Federation​ Babachir Lawal Gone For Good


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Friday, April 21, 2017

Sagay Says Secretary To The Government Of The Federation​ Babachir Lawal Gone For Good

Suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) Babachir Lawal is gone for good. He is no longer a part of the Buhari administration.

This was the declaration of the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof Itse Sagay (SAN) while reacting to Lawal’s suspension by the Federal Government.

Sagay accused the former SGF of violating the Code of Conduct for public officials by awarding a contract to a company linked to him.

“I think the suspensions are inevitable, and in my view, they are a journey to total disengagement.

“The SGF is a top member of the administration. He should have known that for him to award a contract to his own company is absolutely prohibited by the Code of Conduct and the Constitution. What he was doing was illegal and unconstitutional.

“The worse is that he didn’t even award the contract for relevant activity such as for food, rather it was for grass cutting, which is totally unrelated to the needs of this people for very basic life-saving materials.”

On the suspension of the NIA DG, Sagay said: “This one is even worse in my view. How can you hold over $40million of state money in a private apartment, without the knowledge of the head of state to whom you’re responsible?

“So they’ve turned themselves into a government of their own. They didn’t inform the present administration that they got this money from the Jonathan administration and this is what it was meant for and this is what is left.

“Once they didn’t do that, then they were all on a criminal conduct which should lead to what has happened now. It’s very clear that they intended to convert it to their private use. That’s why I said everything is inevitable.”

From sahara reporters.


  1. Tell them oh Prof. They seem to want to take us for a fool. I pray they receive the full wrath of the law.

  2. They've finally gotten a scapegoat to take the blame and fall for the Ikoyi money@NIA boss.Who is/re the real owner/owners.They keep blaming everything on the past administration, when will they ever accept a fault or are they so perfect.?
    As for babachir, too much greediness is bad for the soul.


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