Saturday, 6 February 2016


Saraki expresses disappointment over the Judgment of Supreme court

Saraki and supreme court.
Well,this was a decision that really shocked me,i didn't think the supreme court was going to order that the trial should go ahead.Promises to be a very interesting one,although Senate President Saraki does not agree with the ruling.Here's what he had to say.
Read the press statement below..
After listening to the ruling of the Supreme Court in the appeal he filed to challenge the process of arraigning him before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Senate President, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki hereby states as follows:

1. He expresses disappointment over the Judgment of the apex court in the country on the six grounds of his appeal
2. He however will like to put it on record that the facts of the substantial matter are not before the Supreme Court since the apex court was only invited to rule on some preliminary issues in the process of commencing the trial.
3. The Senate President believes he will have his day in the court to prove his innocence of the charges preferred against him during the trial proper.
4. Dr. Saraki will like to thank everyone who has expressed support for him from the beginning of the case.

He assures everyone that at the end of the day truth will prevail and justice will be served.

Yusuph Olaniyonu
Special Adviser (Media and Publicity) to the Senate President


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