– Nigeria’s apex court – The Supreme Court has asked that the Code of Conduct Tribunal case against Senate president, Bukola Saraki, continues.

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– The court ruled that the CCT was properly constituted to exercise jurisdiction over the trial of Saraki.

– Saraki’s case at the tribunal borders on allegations of foreign accounts ownership when he was the governor of Kwara state

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The supreme court on Friday, February 5 dismissed the appeal of Bukola Saraki, the Senate president to stop his case at the code of conduct tribunal.

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