Senate President Saraki & Deputy Ike Ekweremadu Charged For Forging Senate’s Rule

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June 27, 2016 – Senate President Saraki & Deputy Ike Ekweremadu Charged For Forging Senate’s Standing Rule

Embattled Senate President Saraki, his Deputy Ekweremadu and two others were today charged before a Federal High Court in Abuja with criminal conspiracy and forgery.

The four politicians were accused of altering Nigeria’s standing Senate rule to fulfill their selfish desires.

The politicians pleaded not guilty and were granted bail.

The matter will come up for hearing on July 11

See photos from their arrival in court this morning.

5 thoughts on “Senate President Saraki & Deputy Ike Ekweremadu Charged For Forging Senate’s Rule

  1. There is nothing this people will not forge, from one issue to another, it is only God that will deliver us from these wolves in sheep clothing.

  2. Saraki should be ashamed of himself. Since he has refused to hourably resign, then he will be disgracedly jailed.

  3. i hope BUHARI will appear in court like this oneday for certificate forgery. let everyone go down , let Nigeria be good.

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