• vic

    IT IS GOOD THAT SARAKI, THE BARE FACED TREASURY LOOTER AND A SHAMELESS RAW-THIEF, IS BEING EXTENSIVELY EXPOSED WITH REAL EVIDENCE AND PROOFS.

    HOWEVER, LOOKING AT THE URGENCY TO DEAL WITH SARAKI’S CASE, IT HAS BEEN UNFAIR TO POSTPONE HEARING UNTIL 18 APRIL 2016. THE HEARING SHOULD HAVE BEEN CONTINUED ON DAILY BASIS WITHOUT ADJOURNMENTS UNTIL THE CASE IS CONCLUDED.

    I BEGIN TO SMELL A RAT IN SUCH AN UNCALLED FOR AND UNWARRANTED POSTPONEMENT.

  • Auta62

    Good that the rot in the system is being gradually unmasked, starting with the agent of ‘change’ as it were. Saraki’s criminal past are too discomforting, no wonder he ran Societie-Generale Bank a ground. He does not deserve to preside over the Senate as its President, viewed against the backdrop of the revelation coming out of his trial. The man should resign to preserve the integrity of the institution.