Nigeria's Senate President Saraki Set to Face Tribunal Again
The Appeal Court has sent Senate President Bukola Saraki back to the Code of Conduct Tribunal where he faced 18 charges for not declaring all his assets. The case was overturned by the government but now the Appeal Court has ruled that he needs to provide more evidence for 3 of the charges.
Bukola Saraki, Nigeria's Senate President (file photo).
Premium Times, 12 December 2017
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