By Soni Daniel, Northern Region Editor & Ikechukwu Nnochiri
More than two years after, the federal government has finally pressed charges against a former Secretary to the Government of the federation, Eng. Babachir David Lawal over his use of a company said to be owned by him to remove wild grass at the cost of over N272 million.
Babachir, who is being charge along five other suspects believed to be officials of a company known as Rholavision Engineering Limited, which was reportedly given the grass cutting contract in 2016, is charged in suit No. CR/158/19 before the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory.
The 10-count charge also has Hamidu David Lawal, Sulaiman Abubakar, Apeh John Monday, Rholavision Engineering Limited and Josmon Technologies Limited as defenders.