’50 senators’ accompany Saraki to tribunal for corruption trial

FILE PHOTO: Code of Conduct Bureau Court
FILE PHOTO: Code of Conduct Bureau Court

The President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, has arrived the courtroom of the Code of Conduct Tribunal in Abuja to face trial over a 13-count charge of corruption levelled against him by the Code of Conduct Bureau.

Mr. Saraki arrived the tribunal premises at 9:32 a.m., accompanied by “about 50 senators and some members of the House of Representatives”, his spokesperson, Yusuph Olaniyonu, told PREMIUM TIMES.

Mr. Olaniyonu however declined further comments, saying he was already seated in the courtroom.

Some of the senators in court, according to a PREMIUM TIMES reporter at the trial, are Theodore Orji, Sam Egwu, Ike Ekweremadu, Shaba Lafiaji, Aliyu Wamakko, Rafiu Ibrahim, Tayo Alasoadura, Hamma Misau, Samuel Anyanwu, Sabi Aliyu Abdullahi, among others.

The Chairman of the Tribunal came into the courtroom at 10.32 a.m, and apologised for the delay in the commencement of proceeding. He said the tribunal was sorting out some matters.

This newspaper learnt that the Senate President and his supporters first converged on the National Assembly early on Tuesday morning from where they took off in a convoy of buses for the tribunal.

One of the senators, who asked not to be named, said he and his colleagues decided to provide cover for the senate president to prevent him from being arrested or humiliated by the police.

A supporter of the Senate President, now also inside the courtroom, told PREMIUM TIMES, “We are already seated. No shaking. The plan is to humiliate the man, not minding if they break the law or violate the procedure.

“We have nothing to fear. After Saraki has exercised his fundamental human rights in relevant courts, we are here to to show the lies contained in the charges.”

Mr. Saraki had on Monday released a statement, saying he was now ready to attend his trial, days after he battled frantically to use the courts to halt the trial.

The tribunal had ruled Monday that Mr. Saraki must appear before it at 10am today.

Mr. Saraki failed to appear before the tribunal during Monday’s sitting despite an arrest warrant issued against him by the tribunal last Friday.

He is facing charges bordering on corruption and false assets declaration.

The tribunal opened the trial last Friday but the senate president failed to show up. He was represented by a team of lawyers led by a former president of the Nigeria Bar Association, Joseph Daudu.

Consequently, the Chairman of the Tribunal, Justice Danladi Umar, ordered the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase, to effect the arrest of the senate president and produce him before the Tribunal on Monday.

Mr. Saraki’s lawyers immediately filed a suit at the Court of Appeal for a stay of execution.

Despite the appeal, the Tribunal resumed the trial on Monday without the senate president appearing.

At the hearing, Mr. Saraki’s lawyers objected to the sitting contending that the Tribunal was incompetently constituted.

They argued that the 1999 Constitution provided that the Tribunal can only sit with three of its members, namely the chairman and two members present as against two – chairman and one member – which was the case when the trial resumed.

However, Mr. Umar responded by referring to the Interpretation Act, which says the chairman and one member could sit during any trial.

The police had said weekend that it did not receive any order on Friday requesting it to arrest Mr. Saraki.


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  • Malik Isah

    50 shameless supporters in the land of the shameless!

    • djay

      No, its Saraki and his fifty thieves.

      • OnyeAbia

        Love your title. We could turn it into a play, an update of Alibaba.

        • Golock Ebola Jonathieve (GEJ)

          Or an upgrade of Alibaba! Lol!

          • Burbank

            C’mon guys. How dare you insulted Ali Baba.

          • Golock Ebola Jonathieve (GEJ)

            I de laaaaaaffffff woooo!

    • Fan of GEJ

      Hahahahaha wise 50 supporters.. No Insult oooo

    • dudu

      5O Senators who are there to intimidate the judge who is just about 40 years old. Diaris God!

      • Burbank

        dudu…good one

    • kamal

      Yea, a nice movie to watch, “saraki and the 50 thieves

  • Wizard

    The presence of 50 Senators in solidarity with the SP cannot save him if he is eventually found guilty of the charges.

    • OPARI

      @lawalbello:disqus

      But this whole proceeding is a nullity since the Tribunal Chairman himself
      is not qualified to preside, under the combined effect of certain key sections
      of the 1999 Constitution, as amended, a fact that should have been obvious,
      if only President Buhari was less motivated by malice to have clarity of thought.

      • Wizard

        I will not be in a position to respond to your submission for now concerning the non-qualification of the Chairman himself as you put it. Please what are those ‘combined effect of certain key sections of the 1999 Constitutions, as amended’? I hope you are not referring to the issue of the Tribunal not properly constituted because that has already been laid to rest under the Interpretation Section as argued by the Tribunal Chiarman himself.

    • Sola

      So who is left at the National Assembly working for us ( Nigerian masses)shame shame and shame to all this legislooters.

      • redeem

        saraki is not looking 4 legal advice from u sha

        • zacchaeus Akinleye

          Why are you not at the looterdarity parade, clueless? You pollute the public well with your unreason.

      • Jujubeans

        Don’t mind them. Their time will come. And very soon

      • DecodeDaRiddle

        The senators there should be recalled by their constituencies. The era of who dey shop can’t continue here.

  • wode

    50 birds of the same feather flock together. That won’t save Saraki if the case goes against him.

    BTW, I thought there were about 80 Senators that passed vote of confidence in support of the SP few weeks ago. Where are the others? It’s like they are starting to see the writings on the wall that it’s not going to be business as usual.

    • redeem

      The thing is not about saving Saraki-never Instead–It is about the respect for the rule of law————————-That is what the trial of Saraki is about–Sadly-It has depicted Buhari as a monster—who has no respect for the rule of law–period–This is not about the Senators—or our confused regional thoughts used to impose lucifers like Buhari on us-creating unnecessary tension all over the country–rather than have him put the economy right——-he is dancing with the atilogu dancers in his party–Until Buhari is able to bring Amaechi–Fayemi-Kwankaso Sanusi the emir of Kano-ati Tinubu to trial–he should just forget about the fake fight against corruption

      • Buhari4Ever

        Deri, your lizard brain is ignorantly equating the massive looting allowed by GEJ to respect for the rule of law. You have forgotten how he order NA to be locked up because of Tambuwal and how he harassed Amaechi beyond measure. But today who is laughing?

      • wode

        FYI, I have since taken you out of people that worth my responses. So, no comment.

  • Tamo Tiyee

    Publish the names of these shameless and irresponsible senators and their constituencies.
    I ask progressive lawyers in these constituencies to begin the process of recall of these retarded elements…
    Enough is enough !

    • Peter_Edo

      PDP and APC senators from all over Nigeria, i am talking Igbo, Edo, Hausa, Yoruba, SS, christian and muslim senators…. like i said before, our version of corruption nor get tribe, religion or political party, but he is a Nigerian!

      • redeem

        keep quiet–all are equal before the law—————————-are u telling me corruption has no tribal marks in Nigeria

        • Peter_Edo

          e be like say your medicine don finish. abeg go see your doctor!

    • redeem

      Ibo manu—another Mumu was Saraki elected by frogs and dogs in the Senate—?

  • Julius

    They went there because they know they are next !

  • burning spear

    We’ll Protect Saraki – Nigerian Senators

    Nigerian Senators loyal to Senate President, Bukola Saraki have vowed to protect him.

    Saraki’s loyalists in both the All Progressives Congress, APC and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP met at the weekend to strategise on how to protect him and the Senate from the onslaught of a “cabal” in the party; Sun Newspaper reports.

    The meeting, which was presided over by a member of the Senate leadership, saw angry Senators point accusing fingers in the direction of “some cabals in the APC with no regard for due process. A senator who spoke anonymously said, ”We met on Saturday and at the meeting, we discovered that the legal war against Saraki was not done with respect for the rule of law. There was no due process in the charges leveled against him at the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).

    ”We decided that everything must be done to deal decisively with the cabal. I had cause to explain to them that President Buhari and Obasanjo has a hand in the war against the Senate President. They wanted to embarrass the Senate but we will let them know that we will sink or swim with Saraki…He will be our president, even in jail. There will be no leadership change; if that is what they are expecting”.

    ”Initially, some of the PDP Senators said they should respond by convening an emergency session where a motion would be sponsored by a member from the opposition to alert Nigerians to the fact that the charges against Saraki was a witch hunt.

  • burning spear

    I would have been shocked to see the Senator behalve like the docile Nigerians holding the Nations passport–who do not give a hoot to what Buhari does or does not do with Obasanjo—–who is out to destroy Nigeria with the aid of the Lucifers in Fulani Buhari

    • Buhari4Ever

      You are only active online and in the creeks. I dare you to step out of your comfort zone and see what it feels like to have that your cocnut head smashed

  • egoigwe

    Amazing!!! Nigeria’s Senate has in fact and in deed moved to the Code of Conduct Tribunal!

  • DecodeDaRiddle

    This is not unexpected of the senators. They did for a non senator in the person of his wife.
    What will not be expected is that the first 50 senators will also fill the docks as we reform our dear nation.
    Soon and very soon….they will ALL have their days in court. Remember Tam David West was charged to prison under IBB based on tea he drank and wrist watch. If the government wants to get you, the very tea you drank can be used against you.
    Saraki has run to the end of the runway and could not take flight. He will be towed out of the runway.

  • redeem

    Muhammadu Buhari is stubbornly holding onto and pumping taxpayers money into refineries

    Folks, this is what you get when an oligarch has chosen to run a free-market economy like a controlled one

    CONFRONTED with crumbling state-owned refineries, President Muhammadu Buhari and head of the state oil company, Ibe Kachikwu, have opted for retrogression. By stubbornly insisting on holding on to, and throwing more public money at the plants, they have set out on a familiar, treacherous road that headlined the failure of their predecessors to provide locally-refined petroleum products for three decades. Privatisation however remains the one sure and tested route to efficiency in the downstream sector of our oil and gas industry.

    Kachikwu disappointed investors when he announced last week that the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation would not sell, but “will remodel” its four refineries by creating “new modules”, building new ones beside them and infusing new commercial practices, effectively dashing hopes that the new government’s promise of change would see to the transfer of refineries into private hands.

    Many may have been overly optimistic that the 30-year nightmare of massive importation of refined products, frequent shortages and a corruption-fuelled subsidy regime would end with the coming of the Buhari government. Indeed, the President has never been enthusiastic about privatisation, persuaded that once corruption and “indiscipline” are rooted out of the system, the refineries and other state enterprises will run efficiently. The appointment of Kachikwu as group managing director of the NNPC and the pro-business credentials of Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, who chairs the National Council on Privatisation, were expected to temper Buhari’s statist instincts.

  • burning spear

    We’ll Protect Saraki – Nigerian Senators

    Nigerian Senators loyal to Senate President, Bukola Saraki have vowed to protect him.

    Saraki’s loyalists in both the All Progressives Congress, APC and the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP met at the weekend to strategise on how to protect him and the Senate from the onslaught of a “cabal” in the party; Sun Newspaper reports.

    The meeting, which was presided over by a member of the Senate leadership, saw angry Senators point accusing fingers in the direction of “some cabals in the APC with no regard for due process. A senator who spoke anonymously said, ”We met on Saturday and at the meeting, we discovered that the legal war against Saraki was not done with respect for the rule of law. There was no due process in the charges leveled against him at the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).

    ”We decided that everything must be done to deal decisively with the cabal. I had cause to explain to them that President Buhari and Obasanjo has a hand in the war against the Senate President. They wanted to embarrass the Senate but we will let them know that we will sink or swim with Saraki…He will be our president, even in jail. There will be no leadership change; if that is what they are expecting”.

    ”Initially, some of the PDP Senators said they should respond by convening an emergency session where a motion would be sponsored by a member from the opposition to alert Nigerians to the fact that the charges against Saraki was a witch

    • Buhari4Ever

      Deri Orbuka, those who will protect Saraki are mostly from the criminal SS and SE. I know for sure that your brain was not functioning when GEJ arraigned Bola Tinubu in the same CCT.

  • Fairgame

    So despite all the accusations in the media against. Saraki for corruption it is a 2003 asset declaration that Buhari could only find to start this movie. God is working out His purpose for Nigeria and only God’s purpose will stand in Nigeria. Let the drama continue.

    • Uncle Gaga (Bruce Wayne)

      Go and read about the immunity clause in the constitution.

    • Burbank

      Of the 13 charges filed against Saraki, only 4 were committed before or on 2003 – counts 5, 6, 9, 13
      5 were committed in the 2011-2012 period – counts 3, 4, 8 , 10, 12
      Counts 1, 2, 7 were committed by Saraki between 2006 – 2011

  • Ibrahim Heledi

    For God’s sake, WHAT IS THE POLICY DIRECTION OF THIS GOVERNMENT??
    I support anti corruption crusade, but is that the only thing we voted change for?
    Everyday, probe probe. NOTHING ON POLICIES. NOTHING!
    THE ONLY PEOPLE CHEERING THE OBSESSION WITH CHASING OF POLITICAL OPPONENTS BY OUR PARTY ARE IDLE JOBLESS CHARLATANS.
    I doubt if my fellow APC comrades here have any means of livelihood.
    EVERY EMPLOYED PERSON OR EMPLOYER OF LABOUR KNOWS THIS GOVERNMENTS PURSUIT OF PROBES WHILE IGNORING OTHER ASPECTS OF GOVERNANCE KNOW THAT THE ECONOMY IS BLEEDING.
    PEOPLE ARE STILL DYING HERE IN BORNO, BUT NOBODY EVEN REPORTS THIS AGAIN.
    SAI BABA, PLEASE SAVE OUR SOULS AND FACE OTHER AREAS PLEASE!

    • Fairgame

      Lamentations only just started. More lamenting to come. The days ahead for Nigeria are bleak and will be brutal. There is nothing happening in the economy. Buhari is busy chasing enemies and ghosts from years gone by. That is the policy direction.

  • jayjay

    I wonder how long we as a people will continue to be gullible and and be deceive by the cabal. We are easily bought over by their moves.
    Why will Lai Mohamodu not be bold issue statement condemning the samething his pay master did 2/3years ago – sought similar refuge at thee court – when he knows we have short memory, we are so spontaneous and not critical at all.

    The greatest of corruption is the abuse of process. Corruption can not be fought through corruption of the process.

  • Du Covenant

    What a load of rubbish!. We are only good at coming together to support nonsense. These charges are not against the
    Senate, they were offences allegedly committed way before he became the senate president, why are these senators showing such degree of support?, are they making a statement to the electorates that the status quo must remain or else?. This is why the whole world keeps laughing at anything we try to do because we lack the guts to follow through on anything meaningful!..

    • Fairgame

      This is about an executive that wants a puppet legislature. An executive that does not understand separation of powers. As much as I think that the senate and house have blown our common wealth by their outrageous salaries, I condemn this abuse if star power in pursuing political enemies. 2003 asset declaration? Buhari still as vindictive as ever.

      • DecodeDaRiddle

        The executive provided the form, he filled and chose to corruptly fill the forms with a clear case of perjury.
        The acts happened before this new government so why will you blame the new government for it?
        Let him have his day in court and prove his innocence. Let us stay with the facts. If Saraki believes everything is political, he is a politician and he too plays politics for a living.

      • LIDITEMI

        My brother come to think of it Saraki is Senior to the Head of the Judicial arm – The CJN. The Senate President
        is no 3 in the country, while the CJN is no 4. Can the CCT Chairman dock the CJN. I think our law(Constitution is absurd). The Senate President should actually be no 2. The Vice President should not be ranked because
        is a spare tyre. I think the constitution should be amended to take cognisance of all these absurdity. With what is
        happening to Saraki the amendment should look at immunity to whoever occupies the position of Senate President. This will stop all these unwarranted embarrassment from far junior citizens and childish politicking.

        • Burbank

          liditemi…finished your milk bottle and get your nappies change.

  • Malik Isah

    the headline should have been “Saraki accompanied by 50 thieves”!

  • Jude Onyeka Obuseh

    I AM GLADDENED BY THE FACT THAT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OUR CHECKERED POLITICAL HISTORY, HIGH-RANKING PUBLIC OFFICIALS ARE BEGINNING TO RESPECT THE LAW. BY AGREEING TO APPEAR BEFORE THE CODE OF CONDUCT TRIBUNAL TO STAND TRIAL FOR CORRUPTION AND FALSE DECLARATION OF ASSETS, THE SENATE PRESIDENT HAS DISPLAYED A HIGH SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY – UNLIKE THE IMPETUOUS TRADITION OF THE PAST – SETTING A PRECEDENT THAT HOLDERS OF PUBLIC OFFICE WILL BE EXPECTED TO EMULATE IN THE FUTURE. HOWEVER, REGARDLESS OF THE OUTCOME OF THIS TRIAL, IT IS CERTAIN THAT MORE CANS OF WORM WILL BE OPENED.

  • Fairgame

    This is Buhari 1983 all over again. Fighting his enemies or perceived enemies by abusing state power. 2003 asset declaration? This is just so unfortunate. APC is taking Nigeria to a new fans dangerous place. If Buhari wants to fight corruption he should have stated with bills to reform the judiciary and the civil service. Hounding his enemies using state power is corruption in itself.

    • SamPsalm

      With this difference. Nigerians are now wiser: they voted for him. Nigerians now believe in his vision: he did not have to depend on a coup to foist it on them. The Constitution is now on his side – instead of suspended. The Courts of the land – not Court Martial are doing their shift. I could give you 500 other differences. Would those make a difference to you?

    • jiggs

      What do you see….yo blind bat, did saraki commit d crime or not???? That y he has d best Lawyers to prove his innocent.

    • Maria

      You havent seen anything.. more of such criminals will go down… As far as they are criminals… I dont care if they are someone’s enemies or not… our system must be purged of criminals… that is the change we voted for…and that is what we want… Buari…paro lo joor..

      • Fairgame

        You will be sorely sorely disappointed. Nigeria is not 1983 Nigeria. And a man is assumed innocent u till proven guilty. All you hateful people slandering others without proof or conviction by a court will suffer really suffer for it. But Nigeria will be better in spite of Buhari.

    • I thought the article said Saraki appeared before the CCT. Is CCT Buhari’s middle name?
      How is a case between Saraki and a tribunal now a case between Saraki and Buhari? I just don’t get you.

  • Kitunde

    There should be a policy to stop courts/Tribunals hearing being turned into a circus show. It is madness like this that lead to Judges getting assaulted because of the volume of jobless people on solidarity escorts. 50 Senators following an alleged thief to court what nonsense?

  • DecodeDaRiddle

    Nigeria is at a cross roads. Our representatives are now serving themselves without due consent from their constituencies.
    All senators who have engaged in this show of shame should be recalled by their constituencies. The good citizens of this country detest what Sasaki has brought on himself and if those we voted to represent us are doing the bidding of one man, they should be recalled.

  • Fairgame

    If the executive thinks it should have a puppet legislature then they have just made sure they will be at loggerheads with the legislature for the next foreseeable future. Obasanjo fought with the legislature like this and that did him no good. Now Buhari. What is it with these retired generals and wanting to always control every arm of government? Fighting corruption by abusing state power is corruption in itself.

    • jiggs

      Shut up….So if he has committed an offense he should be left to go freely bcoz he is a senator abi???? Jst hear urslf talk.

      • Fairgame

        You see how people like you burn up before you even know it. Heart attach awaits people like you filled with hatred and unable to talk without being hateful. The offense is 2003 and since then he has been governor then senator. He had no immunity as senator and code of conduct could not did not prosecute him. But he becomes senate president against APC wishes and code of conduct wakes up. People like you full of your type of hatred are usually used for sacrifice by APC on the streets. Yeye

    • Please be clear. By equating this case with a presidency versus legislature case, are you saying the CCT is the presidency or that the legislature is Saraki. From my text search, Buhari was not even mentioned in the entire news article. How is this a fight between the presidency and the legislature? Please be clear and factual.

      • Fairgame

        The 2003 asset declaration upon which this case is predicated has been there and despite Saraki not having any immunity as a senator the CCT did not prosecute him but he becomes senate president against the wishes of Buhari and APC and suddenly code of conduct moves to prosecute him. Who is fooling who. But in all this it will work out well for Nigeria.

  • All Trust

    This pure madness! Whats really the way forward in this country??????????

    • Fairgame

      Restructure based on the outcome of the last national conference.

  • redeem

    Fulani Herdsmen That Kidnapped Dr Olu Falae Demands N100million Ransom. Is
    this not d Fulanis ooooh YeeeeeNigerians—who killed Abiola–‘ And are these not the Fulanis the Yorubas supported with the aid of the USA NOW KIDNAPPING THEIR SON THE SAME WAY THEY THE fULANIS KILLED ABIOLA THE WINNER OF JUNE 12 ELECTIONS AND HIS WIFE KUDIRAT?

    Sadly the chieftain of the Pan-Yoruba group, Afenifere and former Secretary General of Federation, Chief Olu Falae was kidnapped by Fulani Herdsmen in Akure, Ondo State, yesterday at his farm along Igbatoro Road, Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo State.
    The abductors are demanding the payment of N100million ransom for his release, and wanted the ransom paid latest by end of today.

    It is claimed that Chief Falae had been having a running battle with the Fulani Herdsmen at his farmland at Famo, Igbatoro, Akure.
    The state’s Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Wole Ogodo, who confirmed the incident, said 50 mobile policemen have been deployed to the farm to search for him.

    The armed Herdsmen stormed Falae’s farm at about 2pm on Monday, shooting sporadically into the air.
    His wife received a phone call from the kidnappers later, and a voice was heard telling the family to bring N100million before the end of tomorrow(Tuesday) before he will be released.” Blame his kidnap on greedy thieving Yorubas like Tinubu who supported–the Fulanis-with the aid of the USA-NOW NIGERIA IS ON REVERSE GEAR-

    • Buhari4Ever

      Deri Orbuka, have you forgotten that when GEJ was in Aso Rock , all the Ijaws became kidnappers and oil thieves including his CSO? But thank God for removing him.

      • burning spear

        mumu Ibo man who does not know the difference between hostage taking and kidnapping–99.9 percent of those involved in kidnapping in bayelsa state are Inam people from abriba–resident in the Sagbama local government area of the state—they were accomodated–by ijaws only for them to turn against them

        • Buhari4Ever

          Your low IQ is horrendous. There is no difference between hostage taking and kidnapping or abduction. That’s why Igbos will always get the better part of the Ijaws and their land. GEJ is a living example.

  • the_zone

    In trying to humiliate the Senate President, we are inadvertently telling the whole world that we are a corrupt nation.
    The entire process is a vindictive charade meant to humiliate and boot out Saraki, not minding the far reaching effect it would have on the NASS. Buhari is still a despot!

    • Maria

      Do you need to tell anyone that Nigeria is corrupt? How do you think international communities perceive Nigeria and Nigerians? You must a moron under a bridge.

      • Burbank

        maria…LOL
        Good one.

    • Uncle Gaga (Bruce Wayne)

      It’s now you want to buy mosquito coil……after all the children have died of malaria!

      • Burbank

        LOLROTF!

        Excellent

      • Guguru

        LOL

    • Guguru

      the_zone,

      Why are you vomiting nonsense from your brain? Your wailing and weeping for Saraki will not stop him from entering kirikiri.

  • Sanmi Falae

    King Saraki and his council of thieves in court. Are these senators employed by Saraki or Nigeria? By their actions they seem to leave us in no doubt that their primary allegiance lies with Saraki. If they were on the side of Nigeria and Justice, they would wait until their king clears his name before openly associating themselves with him. These senators should be arrested and charged with directly preventing the course of justice by trying to intimidate the Judge. Fifty (50) senators in a courtroom showing solidarity with an alleged criminal? This uncivilized practice of an accuse coming or leaving a court hearing with a bandwagon and funfair must stop, please.

    • mustapha Shehu

      Thank you mr falae.

    • redeem

      Tinubu’s boy, acting Chairman of FIRS, Dr. (fake) Fowler will be appearing before Saraki’s Senate for screening, with issues of fake honorary doctorate degree hanging on his neck.

      And remember, Saraki has the backing of 81 senators.

      Do the arithmetic?———————–

    • Aminu

      My brother African politicians most especially Nigerians lack decorum, now name any immorality act that you will find them ahead of anybody.It is very sad when we thought the change Nigerians were looking will come without us paying a heavy price.The way and manner Saraki’s issue were perceived by his colleagues has suggested revolution is imminent before the desired change is realized.Corruption is a universal language understand and engages in by all tribes,region,religion,gender,social status which need to be minimized for the country and its citizen to enjoy peace and harmony.How i wished all these 50 pro corruption Senators will be recall by their constituency urgently.

    • Aminu

      My brother African politicians most especially Nigerians lack decorum, now name any immorality act that you will not find them ahead of anybody.It is very sad when we thought the change Nigerians were looking will come without us paying a heavy price.The way and manner Saraki’s issue were perceived by his colleagues has suggested revolution is imminent before the desired change is realized.Corruption is a universal language understand and engages in by all tribes,region,religion,gender,social status which need to be minimized for the country and its citizen to enjoy peace and harmony.How i wished all these 50 pro corruption Senators will be recall by their constituency urgently.

  • Maria

    Just check the names of those who accompanied him… these are well known criminals.

    • redeem

      Tinubu’s boy, acting Chairman of FIRS, Dr. (fake) Fowler will be appearing before Saraki’s Senate for screening, with issues of fake honorary doctorate degree hanging on his neck.

      And remember, Saraki has the backing of 81 senators.

      Do the arithmetic?

      • Maria

        How is this response to my comment? You sound like a person suffering from brain damage… Saraki is finished… whether fowler has a fake honorary degree or not that is not an excuse for a criminal of saraki’s stature to be excused. If fowler is found culpable, let him be docked. Any criminal must face the consequence. So, keep you arithmetic to your demented brains.

        • shasha

          Your foolishness is factory fitted. The issue for a right thinking individual is that Saraki is standing trial on allegations of corruption. We wait for the court to decide if he is guilty or not. Until then he is innocent.

          • Maria

            I wonder what concerns you with my comment… you are not the one I responded to… cant you see you that you are a useless fellow? Let Saraki defend himself.

          • Man_Enough

            if you do not have something to say, do not give us wordy evidence of the fact. fowler’s integrity or lack of it has nothing to do with the case at hand.

      • Burbank

        And if Fowler is guilty, burnt him as well.
        And when Saraki is jail, how many of the 81 wants to follow him?
        Do the subtraction.

        • Maria

          What you dont know is that Saraki will soon realise that the room in kuje prison can be very lonely.. all the shameless criminals following him around will have to face their own cross… it will then be… On Your Own oooo(OYO).

          • Burbank

            Gbam

      • Kay Soyemi (Esq.)

        He had 81, now down to 50.

        More of them will melt into thin air once they know their man is going down.

        Just as there are fair weather friends, there are fair weather Senators too.

        • Rambunctious Billionaire

          Moron, you do not know that this is a witch hunt

    • Burbank

      In the US, they will make to the FBI Most Wanted.

    • shasha

      Is fashola a celebrated APC governor not a tagged criminal now? Let the court decide.

      • Burbank

        Is he charged in court?

      • Maria

        Please, take Fashola to court… and let us comment on his own case but before the issue at hand now is that of a shameless and born fraud called saraki.

  • Tafidan Dogon Daji

    Oya,the Senate President,Dr Saraki is in court;crucify him (if you can) for defeating you on the Red Chamber’s top job.
    I’m ever scared if the nation would not be plunged into endless crisis.See his strength!

  • redeem

    There seems to be no end to the controversy rocking the Code of Conduct Tribunal, with its chairman, Danladi Yakubu Umar, swimming in an ocean of accusations relating to corrupt practices, official impropriety and victimization of junior staff under his watch.

    On Monday, in a new twist to the corruption allegations flying around at the tribunal, Mr. Umar’s his personal assistant, Ali Abdullai Gambo, was docked by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, before an FCT High Court on charges of conspiracy, bribery and abuse of office.

    Mr. Gambo’s arrest and subsequent arraignment followed a petition that he received a bribe of N1.8m on behalf of the tribunal chairman ostensibly to quash a case before the CCT.

    The EFCC alleged that Mr. Gambo, sometime in August, 2013 in Abuja, made a confessional statement to investigators that the petitioner, indeed, paid the money into his Zenith account on December, 12, 2012.

    He, however, claimed that the money was payment made by the petitioner to assist him offset his father’s medical bill. But, he could not give any sensible reason why an accused being prosecuted by the tribunal where he worked would want to support him financially.

    The EFCC insists that the claim by Mr. Gambo was false and charged him for bribetaking but he pleaded not guilty to the charge.

    He was subsequently granted bail after a plea by his counsel, A. F Attah.

  • Chris1408

    50 senators accompanied an accused thief to the tribunal. Celebration of corruption by dishonorable men who are supposed to be lawmakers in the country. Very soon armed robbers will ride to court in convoys. Actually there are no difference between these dishonorable senators and armed robbers

  • redeem

    Tinubu’s boy, acting Chairman of FIRS, Dr. (fake) Fowler will be appearing before Saraki’s Senate for screening, with issues of fake honorary doctorate degree hanging on his neck.

    And remember, Saraki has the backing of 81 senators.

    Do the arithmetic?

    • Burbank

      Then Saraki have no worry; he’ll be the next president of Nigeria by this Friday.

      • hummm

        ROFL, LOL WINK WINK!!!

      • Jmuideen

        Lol.

    • Oweja

      Redeem-redeem! I admire you! You no dey taya! I just wonder why all your hypotheses since the reign of Jonathan have been falling flat like the ‘sure bankers’ of expert pool stakers!

  • Ebaah Odibo

    The 50 Senators are fighting the War For Corruption!

  • lawiri

    Nigeria´s Alli baba & 50 thieving senators

  • Romberg

    Sorry to disappoint, Saraki will escape the snare. He will be found not guilty. No thanks to the prosecution. How can you say someone is guilty because the company in which the accused has an interest bought a property? It doesn’t make sense! The prosecution will find it extremely hard to prove conflict of interest. Carlisle would not have executed any contract with Kwara under Saraki. So he could have bought the properties with legitimate income, and could claim the property purchased by his company belong to his company, and not him.

    It’s sad all the charges were poor. The prosecution is poor. He won’t go down this time. It’s disappointing.

    • Burbank

      “the property purchased by his company belong to his company, and not him.”
      At one time, that is sufficient. Under Buhari, judges tends to be more honest. Even Justice Ahmed Mohamed that grant Saraki his initial application to review the CCT trial, finally succumbed yesterday and rejected Saraki’s request for an injunction; the same judge that just 4 months ago refused the police application to investigate Saraki on bank frauds.

      • Romberg

        You will be surprised. Wait and see. Let’s assume the rule of law reigns.

        • Burbank

          After 16 years under PDP era of impunity, nothing surprises nobody.

          • Romberg

            But the same laws under the PDP have not changed under Buhari. Buhari can’t change these laws – he just can’t. Sometimes, we should learn to separate emotions from facts. Nigerians laws are made by criminals, and those guys know how to steal and clean their mouth.

          • Burbank

            Under GEJ, laws are meant to be broken; under Buhari, criminals are meant to be broken.

          • Sam

            Yeah, even Buhari refused to appear at Justice Oputa panel. Now, his own rules or laws are meant to be obeyed. Nigeria we held thee!

          • wura

            Sam, Oputa panel was a truth and reconciliation panel and not a tribunal of law. And if he broke the law, why was he not punished for that. DO we keep saying that because previous governments did nothing, we should allow things to go awry? If you love this country, wish it well!

          • Guguru

            A panel is not a tribunal.

          • Jmuideen

            God bless your wisdom.

          • Panel? When people talk like this, holding refusal to appear before a panel and refusal to appear before a tribunal at equal legal levels, I just wonder. We really have to stop arguing this way.

          • Burbank

            And what happened to that Oputa report?

          • Burbank

            Was an arrest warrant issued against Buhari then?

          • PeterPaul1

            I love the way you phrased it.

          • bib

            But Buhari can apply the laws or ensure the laws are applied. That is the change we ask for. No more no less.

          • Romberg

            You are not getting the point. You will understand when the case ends.

        • Dave

          I thought corporation is seen as seperate legal entity. That is a matter of law. I am not excited about this case as fighting corruption, it is all political and big distraction. From the little I saw on TV, there is nothing that evidence that Saraki will go down on the basis of the case …

          • Ade

            Have you heard about ” lifting the veil of corporation” before?

          • Romberg

            Excellent. I am happy you saw what I saw. Some judges are headline judges – they can’t really bite. How on earth is it an argument that an accused person should take his plea in the dock, and that he stands up while taken his plea? Even the way the charges were read, the message is clear that the whole ruse is not meant for him. Perhaps a distraction to cajole the whole nation about some more salient issues?

      • bib

        Why did the property feature in his declaration form? Is that not a proof that the company is his proxy.

      • hummm

        Agree with you, btw Obama govt had advised Buhari to beam light on corrupt judges and clean them out. The judge knows that head is going to start rolling in judiciary and now wants to cover his ass. They are all going to become co-defendant on the cases they prisided over while they were corroupt. Its going to be interesting.

      • okenwa

        Using tribunals,courts,efcc,icpc to fight corruption will not help anything. The only thing that will work is to arrest all these past leaders and hang them via firing squad.

        • Burbank

          “…hang them via firing squad.”

          woow that’s IS cruel!

  • K_Kenechukwu

    All those saying 50 senators should note that the 50 been referred to in the news article was in inverted comma which means Saraki’s lawyer is lying. I bet the senators accompanying this criminal called Saraki were not up to 20.

    • Burbank

      No problem, even if Saraki managed to get everyone in the US and China Congresses to accompany him, none will be with him when he walks into Kirikiri.

      • hummm

        GBAM FOR THAT

  • Burbank

    “Theodore Orji, Sam Egwu, Ike Ekweremadu, Shaba Lafiaji, Aliyu Wamakko,
    Rafiu Ibrahim, Tayo Alasoadura, Hamma Misau, Samuel Anyanwu, Sabi Aliyu
    Abdullahi, among others.”
    Now that’s what I called the true “federal character” of our criminals; northerners, southerners, muslims, christians all with one common interest – to rob and plunder Nigeria.
    Thank God for Buhari.

  • Adoki Achine

    “One of the senators, WHO ASKED NOT TO BE NAMED, said he and his colleagues decided to provide cover for the senate president to prevent him from being arrested or humiliated by the police”.
    The simple question is, if this cro_k is so proud of what he is doing and is convinced that he is fighting a just cause, why is he hiding his ID??? Common creaminal like him!

  • hummm

    Awon ode osi, dont these senators know that his appearance in court alone is a humuliation on its own? Saraki is a disgrace to the nation and i hope he ends up loosing his seat.

  • bib

    “We have nothing to fear. After Saraki has exercised his fundamental human rights in relevant courts, we are here to to show the lies contained in the charges.”
    The last time I checked, it’s only saraki that’s on trial yet. So did these bunch of crooks who followed him to the tribunal went to gain experience cos theirs is on the way?

    • Adoki Achine

      You think that this people are following him for nothing? They know this guy holds the pepper, and would follow him as long as he is willing to share some of it with them. How else did he become senate president? Ditto Akpabio, his former and current partner in crime?

  • tuby NY

    Very, VERY embarrassed situation!! The so-called “honorable elected leaders accompanying an accused #3 citizen to court for corruption n lying related cases?!! It’s A BIG SHAME.. regardless if Saraki is found guilty or innocent at the end of the day. It is our society MORALITY been, value and questions I’m talking bout here yo!!
    Nigeria has lost it morally and her religious leaders largely contributed to this b4 the politicians..

  • Guguru

    Humiliation is the first step in curing any man of the diseases of pride and impunity. What ails Saraki will be cured at the Code of Conduct Tribunal.

  • ita

    I hope those law will be set as example in history of Nigeria. For the first time senate president has committed offence by the law of the land and be arrested. If they would stay on this type of law. For everybody to follow this act to any tribe who will be in power. As this is done there is nothing like saying because I am hausa. I don’t have to probe my brother or friend. All Nigerians have to see this not when it came to us that is when we said I am president or governor bother. For that we enter in black deal looking way or the ordered to free him. By finding one way or the other just to get him out and the poor one take his punishment for judgement to land him in jail. Long live tribunal for fair judgement you will give. All those are backing him might be those he share his wealth with. How we go to America and UK to enjoy if all lot them did as we. Will there be heaven for those that went there. If things is straight we would also better even more as we are. All that put us backward when they commit this offence. Is when it came to the son of IG, president ,senate president or any big post and the offence is cover. How can we grow when selected people can go jail with no God father.

  • omo lagos

    This is an example of how not to fight corruption. It’s obvious to any discerning mind that saraki travails is as as a result of his election as the Senate president against the wishes of some Apc goons. This explains why the senators that voted for him accompanied him to the tribunal. I had thought that we should be addressing more pressing issues like the incessant case of kidnappings going on in the country, the economy that’s on a free fall and the insurgency going on in some parts of the country. Without claiming to be a prophet, this jamboree will amount to nothing.

    • Tunsj

      Really? Don’t be absurd. I’m waiting for your proof that Saraki travails is a result of his election as the Senate President.

    • Remi

      It is interesting that you do not see these problems with kidnapping and economy as a consequence of activities of corrupt people in our society. Please how do you intend to solve these problems which are symptoms of deep rooted issues in our society? Why is that when people are asked to account for their misdeeds it is because they are senators or governors or politicians? Is it right for Saraki to have looted and then expect that we the victims should pat him on the head and say because he is senate president he should not be asked to account for his misdeeds? What he has done is to be directly responsible for deaths of thousands of people who died because they did not receive treatment the looted funds should have provided. Should such a person go scot free because he is senate president? And this goes for every looter in our midst including those shameless senators who I guess are supporting one of their own.

  • ayeni

    These senators are paid to serve the nation, but they use their paid time to attend a private occasion. They are trying to make a statement that it is wrong to prosecute a sitting senator, which implies they are all against the fight against corruption. Buhari may be out of luck trying to fight corruption, if such a large percentage of senators support corruption. Anyway, I hope that when Saraki is eventually sentenced to jail, that they also match with him to jail and remain their with him as a show of solidarity. That way the senate will get rid of corrupt senators.

  • burning spear

    Fulani Herdsmen That Kidnapped Dr Olu Falae Demands N100million Ransom. Is
    this not d Fulanis ooooh YeeeeeNigerians—who killed Abiola–‘ And are these not the Fulanis the Yorubas supported with the aid of the USA NOW KIDNAPPING THEIR SON THE SAME WAY THEY THE fULANIS KILLED ABIOLA THE WINNER OF JUNE 12 ELECTIONS AND HIS WIFE KUDIRAT?

    Sadly the chieftain of the Pan-Yoruba group, Afenifere and former Secretary General of Federation, Chief Olu Falae was kidnapped by Fulani Herdsmen in Akure, Ondo State, yesterday at his farm along Igbatoro Road, Akure North Local Government Area of Ondo State.
    The abductors are demanding the payment of N100million ransom for his release, and wanted the ransom paid latest by end of today.

    It is claimed that Chief Falae had been having a running battle with the Fulani Herdsmen at his farmland at Famo, Igbatoro, Akure.
    The state’s Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Wole Ogodo, who confirmed the incident, said 50 mobile policemen have been deployed to the farm to search for him.

    The armed Herdsmen stormed Falae’s farm at about 2pm on Monday, shooting sporadically into the air.
    His wife received a phone call from the kidnappers later, and a voice was heard telling the family to bring N100million before the end of tomorrow(Tuesday) before he will be released.” Blame his kidnap on greedy thieving Yorubas like Tinubu who supported–the Fulanis-with the aid of the USA-NOW NIGERIA IS ON REVERSE GEAR-

    • Adeola

      Who ever you are and whoever your employers are, worth not living in the midst of human beings. You know nothing than trying to arouse anger in people against another people; the trade you always failed in as Nigerians, especially Yorubas, are more wiser. You are a liar, unprofessional and failed propagandist. Go and get another job, because you are not good at this. Failure!

    • Maria

      Igbos kidnapped Falae. Fulanis are not known to be kidnappers…

      • Ola

        There is a sense in what you say. We all know specialists in kidnapping.

      • Fuzio

        Yorubas always see the invisible hands of the Igbos in all their travails. Time to face reality instead of chasing those who are oblivious of your existence.

    • Ade

      Your mother has no son.

  • Olaolu

    In a civilized country, the people represented by those 50 senators who have started calling for their resignation and if they refused, recall process would take off. I know it might take time, because of the level of corruption in Nigeria system, but we will surely get there. That is why we will continue to exposed these die hard fraudsters in the name of senators and legislators in Nigeria. What does that mean? 50 senator accompanied an accused fraudster (that could be found guilty of felony) to court in solidarity. Without no further investigation, they are all fraudster and thief. People, don’t let this gangsters in politicians use sentiments, tribalism and religion to win our sympathy. They don’t mean well for common Nigerians. Let us begin to use all means available to us in the constitution to hinder them from hindering Nigeria progress.

  • B Igomu, uk

    Shame on the dishonorable members. It is only in Nigeria that Charlatans, fugitive drug barons, convicted felons and shameless sycophants are able to rig and buy their way into what is supposed to be the highest law making organ of government. The Senate is a revered institution around the world and its members are highly respected men and women of honour. Sadly, not the case in Nigeria.
    The carpet sellers on the streets of Cairo have more honour. All the so called senators that accompanied Senator Bukola Saraki to the tribunal hearing for his fraud trial have desecrated the Nigerian constitution which they all swore to uphold. Not one of them is fit to be in the senate with their misguided belief that Senator Saraki is above the law and NOT subject to the dictates of the Nigeria constitution. They should all bury their heads in shame. Nigeria is in big trouble with this bunch of mediocres parading as members of the country’s Senate. When will this comical show of shame by Nigeria legislators end?

  • PATRICK AGBOBU

    SAHARA REPORTERS PLEASE ALWAYS TO THROUGH FOR POSTINGS FOR GRAMMATICAL ERRORS.

  • Ayodeji Fagbure

    i am not surprised that Saraki was escorted to court by 50 indolent senators. But how many sat in the dock with him? He. If he is found guilty, he will also be alone in his dingy prison cell.

  • Ade

    50 senathieves followed their gang leader. No froblem. God dey

  • Curseless

    What has just happened should not be a surprise. Alibaba and 50 thieves is playing out right in our presence and it can only happen in Nigeria.

    • gboromiro

      All those 50 may have simiar infractions in their records and so cannot see the implication of their gesture of solidarity.
      Hope they will extend the gesture if a guilty verdict is pronounced.

  • BOSSO

    If the police wants to arrest Saraki will these fools stop them? Such a show of irresponsible leadership. The days when politicians just contravene the law is fast approaching the end under Buhari. The desperate power grab Saraki activated a few months ago will give him no peace of mind in that Senate until he is sacked.

  • michael

    They said politics is a game of number, how can tinubu camp think they can win when 50 senators are supporting Saraki, buhari is making a big mistate to start his big men probe from Saraki while Tinubu & Co are enjoying their own loot without disturb. Only God knows where the game will end.

    • PolyGon2013

      Apparently, those Senators are being paid for nothing! Now, you can see how irresponsible these senators are. Only in Nigeria will such a thing happen, when a high-ranking politician is being duck. If this were to happen in the US, those senators would have stayed away. They can always visit him at his come rather than going to court with him! Shame on them and Saraki.

      • hummm

        No problem by the time code of conduct go after them, they will bail from Saraki. its going to be every man for himself. Politicians have no loyalty. Some of them still have election appeal at the tribunal and they can still loose their seats for sure.

    • Salisu

      28 senators accompanied Saraki to the CCT and not 50. Ten from north (two from Kwara and two from Kogi and six from other northern states). One from South West (Ondo – Alaosdaura) and 17 from South South South East. We know where we have concentration of thieves.

  • PolyGon2013

    The Senators that accompanied Saraki have nothing else to do! Can you believe this? This would never happen in the US. Maybe we need part-time Senators.

    • Uncle Gaga (Bruce Wayne)

      That is not such a bad idea.

  • REDEEM

    The government propaganda material revealed that the closure of the Children’s Church was on the orders of Aisha Buhari who moved to convert the facility for a “personal project”. According to Ilo, Mrs. Buhari had begun renovation of the facility to meet her undisclosed purpose. But, some weeks after she locked out the children from worshipping in their church, Buhari got wind of the development and angrily ordered a stop to the renovations and also directed that the Children’s Church be sealed.

    Aisha Buhari’s Intent Revealed

    Our investigations have now uncovered the mystery “personal project” of Aisha Buhari. According to a source close to the Presidency, the wife of the President is converting the Children’s Church of the Aso Villa Chapel to a state-of-the-art spa for her private use.

    “We have heard a lot of things being reported in the media, but, let me tell you the whole truth, Mrs. Buhari is converting the place to a spa,” our source told our reporter, on condition of anonymity. “She moved in boxes and bags of creams, soaps, and other cosmetics she sold in her spa in Kaduna.”

    According to the source, when Aisha Buhari moved to the Presidential residence of the Aso Rock Villa, she discovered there wasn’t enough space for her belongings which included the consumables and sundry spa equipment she used in her beauty and wellness business establishment in Kaduna. So, she decided to shop for an alternative space within the Villa premises, an exercise which ended with her ill-advised decision to convert the Children’s Church to her personal spa.

    “The Children’s Church is under permanent lock-and-key,” our source said. “The President’s wife took over the place and plans to install a new jacuzzi and new sauna and replace some old equipment which she brought from Kaduna. Renovations and fitting of new equipment were underway before the work was stalled.”

    • Joel

      Failed and hungry propagandist!

  • Marcus garvey

    Don’t you think the ongoing trial of Saraki will sour the relationship between the Presidency (Executive) and the National Assembly, especially as the president’s ministerial list is being awaited in the Senate? Don’t you think that this will affect the clearance of the president’s ministerial nominees?

    The trials of Senate President, Bukola Saraki is part of the power games associated with politics, especially, our Nigerian brand of politics. It also justifies the description of power as transient and relative. It is just unfortunate that our politicians do not realise this fact that they cannot hold onto power forever and that where their power ends, other people’s power emerges. Having said this, I cannot say that this retrospective trial is healthy for the new government because it smacks of vendetta and witch hunting which of course Saraki’s political antecedents have given way to. However, I will advise that a political approach be employed to resolve it in the interest of Nigeria’s democracy because the legislative arm is gradually fading away. I will also advise that our leaders do not make caricature of the anticorruption programme of the government to the extent of using it as a vindictive tool or instrument of intimidation against perceived or real political enemies. Let me also say here that Saraki’s travails go a long way to demonstrate the disunity or lack of purpose in the ruling party and as well a payback reward for Saraki’s past.

    I have already said that the legislature is getting dormant and redundant and it does not augur well for our democracy. As for the president’s ministerial nominees, I do not envisage any issues in getting them approved because the fillers have it that they are credible Nigerians who should not encounter difficulties getting the senate nod. Besides, Nigerians will not accept any further delay in the emergence of ministers because it has slowed down governance for too long and the president cannot do everything. Coming to Executive and National Assembly (Legislative) relationship, I can say it has been frosty and intimidating of the legislative, which is not ideal for democracy. However, the learning period is getting over and we expect the full play of democracy by the three arms of government bereft of any interference or intimidation.

  • Wale

    50 of his partners in crime. The other 50 or so respected themselves. Now, lets see-Dino aka bom boy, “senate Clarus” will soon be indicted, the Saraki’s deputy ekered….(can’t spell it), will soon be ousted too, so 50-3=47.

  • chifote

    All the 50 senators that accompanied Saraki must be identified and their Assets thoroughly investigated by CCB. For as the saying goes, birds of the same feather flock together.

  • FirecloudOFGOD

    “Theodore Orji, Sam Egwu, Ike Ekweremadu, Shaba Lafiaji, Aliyu Wamakko, Rafiu Ibrahim, Tayo Alasoadura, Hamma Misau, Samuel Anyanwu, Sabi Aliyu Abdullahi….” Are they just Senators or are there deeper bonds than meet the eye?

  • sharp

    Am not surprised, first of all look the so-called senators that accompanied saraki, Theodore orji, a good gov? right? His reign in Abia state says it all, the same with his colleages. if it happens to be in a country that people still know what social damages is, then the those ex-governors turned senators wouldn’t have come out, even to talk of accompanying an accused! pff

  • Dr Pat Kolawole Awosan

    Quite very unfortunate that most Nigerian senators that accompanied the president of the senate,Dr Bukola Saraki, to the CCB tribunal are shameless,champions of corruption practices and looters of our commonwealth whose passion is to celebrating their senate president-Bukola Saraki,who is facing wrongful assets declaration charges.Those senators deserved to be recalled by their constituencies.Shameless bunch of corrupt-ridden maggots.

  • Oj Diligency

    Proudly kangaroo arrangement; only in Nigeria!