David Babachir Lawal
Babachir Lawal shows up at Buhari’s campaign group launch
Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), David Babachir Lawal, was among guests who attended the launch of a campaign group for the re-election bid of President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 general election. Lawal was a cynosure of all eyes when he showed up during the event tagged “Together Nigeria” held at…
APC will pay the price for bad congresses — Babachir Lawal
There are no two ways about it, those states where congresses were not conducted in a free and fair manner by some powerful stakeholders and governors, will certainly pay the price of undemocratic activities.
Bursting Buhari’s 2019 presidential bubble
For a president renowned for body language and reticence, it was a week of mixed grill. First, seven governors visited to urge him on, losing sight of the implications of recent massacre...
Muhammadu Buhari and his unfaithful mistress
Absolute power loves to come in the benign habiliment of profound understatement. When General Yakubu Gowon came to power after the coup of July 29, 1966...
Four years not enough to deliver promises, says APC
The party flayed Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti State and his ilk for allegedly playing politics with the health challenge of President Buhari who is being treated for an unknown ailment in the United Kingdom (UK).
Suspended SGF Lawal, Ikoyigate probe in limbo
President Muhammadu Buhari’s fresh medical vacation to the United Kingdom (UK) may have put on hold the fate of suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), David Babachir Lawal and Director General of the National Intelligence Agency....
A tale of greed, ego and balderdash
A Certain theory, though of doubtful origin, has it that in the Nigerian public service, even a confirmed saint, so anointed by the Holy See himself, can be tarred by the devil’s brush and converted as one of his trusted disciples.
Better late than never
In one of his usually emotions-arousing speeches, Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., the slain African American Methodist preacher and civil rights activist, said, “When elderly black men and women straighten their backs up, you know...