CCT Fixes Dates for Saraki, Orubebe’s Trials




The Code of Conduct Tribunal has fixed September 21 for
judgment in the case of non-declaration of asset against
former Minister for Niger Delta Affairs, Mr. Godsday
Orubebe.
A statement by the CCT’s Head of Press and Public
Relations, Mr. Ibraheem Al-Hassan, said the tribunal has
also announced a date, October 5, for ruling on an
application filed by the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki,
who is also standing trial for alleged non-declaration of
assets.
Saraki, in the application is asking the CCT Chairman,
Danladi Umar, to excuse himself from the trial on the
ground of alleged bias.
While the tribunal had concluded hearing in the case
against Orubebe, the trial of the senate president had been
marred by various adjournments and the filing of many
applications.

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