CCT Shifts Hearing In Cases Involving Saraki, Orubebe, Others

 CCT Shifts Hearing In Cases Involving Saraki, Orubebe, Others

saraki-at-the-trial-5The Code of Conduct Tribunal has postponed the trial of Senate President, Bukola Saraki earlier scheduled to resumed on Wednesday, till after its annual vacation in September this years.
Also to be affected are cases involving former Minister for Niger Delta Affairs, Godsday Orubebe, former Deputy Controller General, Rasheed Taiwo and all other cases earlier scheduled for July and August.
Saraki, Orube and Taiwo are being tried for alleged false declaration of assets.
The tribunal had scheduled judgment for July 19 in the Orubebe case and ruling in Taiwo’s trial for July 28.
The Chairman, Code of Conduct Tribunal, Hon Danladi Yakubu Umar has adjourned all sittings scheduled for this week and those to come within July and August till after the resumption from recess to be embarked by the tribunal’s Judges soon.

LTV

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