The Supreme Court has Friday granted the appeal of senate President, Bukola Saraki and held that he has no case to answer before the Code of Conduct Tribunal.
Saraki approached the Supreme Court, asking it to dismiss the 18-count criminal charges of false assets declaration brought against him by the Federal Government.
A five-man led by Justice Dattijo Muhammad of the Supreme Court upheld Saraki’s appeal, by dismissing the remnant three counts, declaring the evidence led by the prosecution as hearsay.
CCT arraigned the senate president of alleged false assets declaration charges but the federal government filed an appeal.
The Judge, Centus Unweze upheld the verdict of the CCT.