Abuja - The trial of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and his Deputy, Ike Ekweremadu, for alleged forgery of the Senate Standing Rules, which was slated to continue on Monday has been stalled, reports Punch
The trial was stalled as all judges in the country will be proceeding on vacation as from Monday.
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Saraki, Ekweremadu, and two co-accused – a former Clerk to the National Assembly, Salisu Maikasu, and his then deputy, Benedict Efeturi – were in court briefly and left as soon as they were informed that the court was not going to sit.
The four are accused of allegedly forging the Senate rules that was used in the election of principal officers.
The trial has been adjourned till September 28.
- News 24