CCT Trial: FG Appeals Against Saraki’s Acquittal

The Federal Government has appealed a court ruling that acquitted the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, of charges of corruption and false declaration of assets. The government yesterday at the Court of Appeal Abuja filed eleven grounds of appeal challenging the judgment of the CCT. The notice of appeal was signed by Rotimi Jacobs SAN and Pius Akutah, an assistant Chief State Counsel. The government is seeking an order setting aside the CCT judgment of June

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Exposed! How Bukola Saraki Allegedly Bribed His Way Through CCT Chairman With $2million To Dismiss Damaging Assets Declaration Charges

To obtain the dismissal of the charges levelled against him at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Senate President Bukola Saraki allegedly bribed his way through heavily in cash, and in kind. According to a source by SaharaReporters, a whopping $2million, went to CCT Chairman, Danladi Umar. Read their report below: The kind was a promise to the cabal at the Nigerian presidency to block Ibrahim Magu’s confirmation as chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes

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Osinbajo To Assent 2017 Budget As Presidency, NASS Settle Differences

The Presidency and leadership of the National Assembly have resolved all the grey areas thatprevented the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo from assenting to the Appropriation Bill passed into law by the legislature last month. The agreement comes after three days of stormy deliberations between the executive and legislature. Presidency Breaks Silence On Why 2017 Budget Has Not Been Assented To Speaking to Vanguard Newspaper, a top Presidency source on Thursday night said the major areas ofdisagreement had been resolved by the two sides,

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FG to CCT, We have serious case against Saraki

The Federal Government on Thursday asked the Code of Conduct Tribunal to dismiss the no-case submission filed by the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, to fault the evidence led by the prosecution in relation to the 16 charges of false declaration of assets and other related offences preferred against him. The Senate President, through his no-case submission filed before the CCT on May 26, 2017, contended that none of the exhibits tendered and evidence given by

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Senate approves President Buhari’s 82- year old ambassador, two others (see list)

– Retired justice Sylvanus Nsofor from Imo state has been confirmed as an ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria – The retired justice was confirmed despite DSS reports against him – The confirmation was however based on the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs’s recommendation Nigeria Senate has confirmed 82-year old retired justice Sylvanus Nsofor from Imo state as an ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Nsofor’s nomination by the Presidency was initially rejected

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