Lawal says APC decisions are taken during prayers, where Christian spokesperson is not present

Lawal slams APC spokesman over Obi statement

Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal, has slammed the All Progressives Congress (APC) spokesman, Felix Morka, over a comment on his statement on Tuesday claiming that Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Peter Obi, won the 2023 presidential election.

Lawal says he sympathises with Morka

In a statement on Wednesday, Lawal offered his sympathies to Morka, saying he was doing the job of an enslaved person and desperate to please his masters.

Lawal describes APC as an Islamic party

Lawal described APC as an Islamic party which takes decisions during their prayers where Morka is not present. He insisted that Peter Obi won the last election, stressing that ‘The thief knows who stole the item’.

Lawal says Morka is a remote outsider in APC

The former SGF further described Morka as a remote outsider in APC, adding that some key allies of President Bola Tinubu’s administration have contacted him regarding his statement on the 2023 election.


Lawal’s statement is a strong criticism of the APC and its leadership. He accuses the party of being undemocratic and unpatriotic, and of taking decisions that are not in the best interests of Nigeria.

His statement is likely to generate a lot of debate and discussion, and could have implications for the APC’s future.

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