Abuja - The Federal High Court of Abuja has adjourned the
hearing in a suit filed by Senate President, Bukola Saraki, in challenging the
false asset declaration charges instituted against him by the Code of Conduct
Trial, Punch reported.
Saraki's lawyer, Ajibola Oluyede, urged the presiding judge
to direct the matter to a hearing but the judge insisted that case was not
fixed for a hearing and therefore report for service.
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The case has been adjourned for March 1, whereby the CCT has
also fixed March 10 for the judgement by the Supreme Court in order for
Saraki's trial to begin.
The Senate President continues to pursue his case.
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