On October 30, Babachir Lawal was relieved of his position as the secretary to the government of the federation.
On that same day, President Muhammdu Buhari said he expected the anti-graft agencies to go after Lawal alongside Ayo Oke, former director-general of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), who was also sacked at the time.
Seventy-four days down the line, nothing has been heard of Lawal’s investigation, either from the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) or from the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offence Commission (ICPC), Nigeria’s two main anti-graft agency.
No invitation has been extended to him, at least to public knowledge, or a hint from the agencies that they are following up on the matter.
Whereas not just Oke but also his wife has been invited by the EFCC.
FORGOTTEN, OR A CASE OF THE WHEEL OF JUSTICE GRINDING SLOWLY?
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