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If CCT Trial Is Fair, I Would Be Vindicated, Says Saraki

Nigeria’s senate president, Bukola Saraki has said he is glad that his trial before the Code of Conduct Tribunal on false asset declaration in 2003 has finally commenced today.  Saraki said “the proceedings of today has given him confidence that if the trial is conducted fairly he would be vindicated”.

The Senate President noted that even though the prosecution tried to bring in some dramatic narratives, it was clear that they were merely thrashing around and hoping to titillate the public with salacious tales.  He added that he was hopeful however that when the time comes, his lawyers will have the opportunity to present his case.

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