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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

SEE GOBE: Code of Conduct Bureau Expose Saraki, Hits Him With Charge for Secret Deals


The Code of Conduct Bureau has slammed a 13-count charge of corruption on the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki over some alleged secret dealings.

In charge number ABT/01/15, dated September 11 and filed before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Saraki is accused of offences ranging from anticipatory declaration of assets to making false declaration of assets in forms he filed before the Code of Conduct Bureau while he was governor of Kwara state.

Senate President Saraki also hide some assets he acquired while in office as governor...

Among other offences, including allegedly acquiring assets beyond his legitimate earnings, Saraki is also accused of operating foreign accounts while being a public officer – governor and senator.

The offences, the charge said, violated sections of the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999, as amended.

Saraki is also said to have breached Section 2 of the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal Act and punishable under paragraph 9 of the said Fifth Schedule of the Constitution.

The charges were prepared by M.S. Hassan, a deputy director in the office of AG of the Federation. It is not clear whether the document had been served on Saraki but the case is set to begin.

See the full charges against Saraki below:





The Code of Conduct Bureau has slammed a 13-count charge of corruption on the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki over some alleged secret dealings.

In charge number ABT/01/15, dated September 11 and filed before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, Saraki is accused of offences ranging from anticipatory declaration of assets to making false declaration of assets in forms he filed before the Code of Conduct Bureau while he was governor of Kwara state.

Senate President Saraki also hide some assets he acquired while in office as governor...

Among other offences, including allegedly acquiring assets beyond his legitimate earnings, Saraki is also accused of operating foreign accounts while being a public officer – governor and senator.

The offences, the charge said, violated sections of the Fifth Schedule of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999, as amended.

Saraki is also said to have breached Section 2 of the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal Act and punishable under paragraph 9 of the said Fifth Schedule of the Constitution.

The charges were prepared by M.S. Hassan, a deputy director in the office of AG of the Federation. It is not clear whether the document had been served on Saraki but the case is set to begin.

See the full charges against Saraki below:





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