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

READ ALSO  Fashola donates 12 buses to tertiary institutions

– 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

READ ALSO  Group counsels Kwara Govt against discriminating LG, State workers

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.

READ ALSO  Communal leadership crisis: Vigilante operative hacked to death

Details soon