Abuja - The ongoing trial of Senate President, Bukola
Saraki, has seen some witnesses come out with hardening evidence against in his
corruption charges, Punch reported.
Prosecution witness, Michael Wetkas, stood before the Code
of Conduct Tribunal and stated that Saraki lied about purchasing property in
Lagos with the use of funds from rice and sugar.
Also read: Bureau charges Saraki with false asset declaration
Wetkas was being cross-examined on the 13th day by the
defence. He told the court that Saraki bought property with proceeds that he
got from a loan through Guaranty Trust Bank.
Saraki is being charged for false declaration of assets by
the Federal Government before the CCT of which happened when he was Governor of
Kwara State from 2003 and 2011.
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