The Federal Government had finalised its decision to appeal last Wednesday’s ruling of the Code of Conduct Tribunal discharging and acquitting the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, of charges of false asset declaration.
Special Assistant to the President on Prosecutions, Mr. Okoi Obono-Obla...
Senate President, Bukola Saraki has said that said many things are wrong with his on-going trial at the Code Of Conduct Tribunal, CCT.
Dr. Saraki stated this in an exclusive interview with DailyTrust Newspaper over the weekend.
Saraki said: “So many things in that trial are abnormal. People...
The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has today dismissed an application by Senate President Bukola Saraki asking the Chairman of the Tribunal to disqualify himself from hearing his trial.
In a ruling on the application, the Chairman of the Tribunal said he would have disqualify himself "but...
Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), Umar Danladi has asked security to throw out Raphael Oluyede, one of the lawyers of Senate President Bukola Saraki, for talking back at him.
Umar also “threw away” an application by Saraki asking him to withdraw from his trial.
Speaking on the...
The trila of Senate president, Bukola Saraki resumed this morning at the Code of Conduct Tribunal
Saraki is being docked for the four time in the accused box this week
It will be recall that the Chairman of the CCT, Umar Danladi vowed to continue trial on a daily basis til the end of the case.
Chairman of the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Justice Umar Danladi has adjourned former Niger Delta Minister, Godsday Orubebe's trial til 19th of May, 2016 in order to attend to Senate president, Bukola Saraki's case...
Earlier, Orubebe's Lawyer and Saraki's Lawyer Fought at CCT
In his ruling, Justice Danladi Umar cited relevant sections of the constitution empowering the Code of Conduct Tribunal to hear Senate President, Bukola Saraki's false declaration of case.
Danladi gave the following reasons...
- stating that the principle of fair hearing had been exhaustively...
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