Abuja - Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu has opened up about his innocence over alleged forging of Senate rules, Naij reported.
Ekweremadu allegedly forged the rules to pave the way for Bukola Saraki to become Senate Leadder.
Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami prosecuted both Saraki and Ekweremadu for forging the rules to become Senate leaders.
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Ekweremadu states "My only offence is my emergence as Deputy Senate President, some people found it unacceptable and that is why I'm being charged."
He further states that he never committed any offence and no lawmaker of the Federal Republic of Nigeria accused him of such a crime because he was innocent.
According to a News24 report, both Saraki and Ekweremadu had appeared at the Abuja High Court for forgery charges.
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