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Thursday, February 04, 2016

Senate President Saraki To Know Fate Tomorrow Over False Assets Declaration..

The Supreme Court will on Friday pass its judgment on the case before it challenging the trial of the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, before the Code of Conduct Tribunal over charges bordering on alleged false assets declaration.



A seven-man bench led by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed, had towards the tail end of last year fixed Friday, January 5 for the ruling after hearing the arguments on the appeal by Saraki. The Federal Government had urged the apex court ‎to dismiss the Senate President’s case and allow the trial before the CCT to continue.


The Senate President had in an appeal through his lead counsel, Mr. Joseph Daudu (SAN), challanged the majority judgment of the Court of Appeal in Abuja delivered on October 30, 2015, which affirmed the jurisdiction of the CCT to try him and the competence of the charges of false assets declaration preferred against him by the Federal Government.


It could be recalled that the Federal Government also in September 2015 arraigned Saraki before the CCT on 13 counts of false assets declaration, which he allegedly made in 2003 as Governor of Kwara State.

The Danadi Umar-led CCT had dismissed Saraki’s protest against the competence of the charges and jurisdiction of the tribunal.
The Supreme Court had on November 12, 2015 through a five-man panel, led by now retired Justice John Fabiyi, granted an order of stay of proceedings of Saraki’s trial before the CCT, pending the hearing and determination of his appeal.

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17 comments:

  1. Let him be judged accordingly, so. I can for once see/feel the main reason why I voted PMB administration. Am tired of this hide and seek game.

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    1. He's gonna come out of this unscathed as usual. So so prosecution, no judgement eventually. Useless judiciary

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  2. He should be allow to go through the prosecution if we really want to kill corruption.

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  3. Abeg forget it, he will be vindicated



    *Larry was here*

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  4. Ok. May God see him through.

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  5. Am sure this will be in his favour. Our judiciary system is so corrupt.

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  6. I hope the Supreme Court will be courageous in standing with the truth. The enemies of democracy should not be allowed to triumph.

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  7. Lol... Nigerian Politics
    lie but don't get caught because people like you will still look into your matter

    TAKE A LOOK AT HOW LADIES ABUSE MAKE-UP

    TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT MAKE-UP DOES THIS TO YOUR FACE... PICTURES

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  8. Good.. Our judicial system is now known for its competent jurisdiction and integrity..




    ~Barr Charles(CEO) of CHARLE ERRAND SERVICE C.E.S

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  9. Okay. He's a nice man But this nigga ain't influential at all. He can be tossed around anyhow. God help him

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  10. Who is fooling who?

    Mc pinky#antidote 2sadness#

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  11. I thought the case has ended. what do i know in this country again. Things are not always seen as they are

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