CCT Trial: Buhari Sets Mercenaries To Save Saraki

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By Abiodun Oluwarotimi

In a bid to stop the Peoples Democratic Party from hijacking the leadership of the Senate, President Muhammadu Buhari has set up mercenaries to save Senate President Bukola Saraki from his ongoing trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal.

It was learnt that the president began the moves when he sought for advice from some leaders of the APC who in return advised him that the PDP senators in the Senate would become very powerful if Saraki, an APC senator, is disgraced out of office as a result of the trial at the CCT.

The president’s moves to save Saraki by withdrawing the criminal charges him Nigerian Concord learnt were with some conditions from the Presidency.

As gathered by Nigerian Concord, the conditions are that the composition of Senate Committees must be reviewed to conform with the Standing Rules of the Senate.

The Senate president was also asked to do an upward review of the number of the committees which must follow due process as prescribed by section 60 of the Senate Rules.

He was also told that the Senate Committees should also be reconstituted to favour APC Senators.

The third condition is that Senator Saraki must ensure that all the APC senators work for the supremacy of the APC, loyalty to its leaders and support for President Muhammadu Buhari.

Buhari gives Saraki 3 “deadly” conditions to end CCT trial
President Muhammadu Buhari, through the anti-Saraki lawmakers in the Senate has given the Senate President, Bukola Saraki terms and conditions before his on-going trial at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, is quashed.
This was made known after the secret peace meeting that was held between the anti-Saraki group called the ‘Unity Forum’ and the pro-Saraki camp known as the ‘Like Minds’,

A source who was at a recent secret meeting held at the Asokoro residence of Senator Aliyu Wammako where President Buhari’s conditions were communicated to Saraki through the senators that were loyal to him, said that the criminal case against the senate president would soon become a thing of history once he is ready to play ball with the Presidency.

According to the source, those at the secret parley were Senators Ahmed Lawan, Kabiru Marafa, Gbenga Ashafa, and Suleiman Hukunyi, Danjuma Goje, Aliyu Wammako, Sani Yerima, Kabiru Gaya and Adamu Aliero.

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