Senate Bows To Pressure, Supends Proposed Ammendment Of CCT, CCB, ACJA Acts

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Nigeria’s upper legislative chamber (Senate) has suspended the proposed amendment of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) and Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) Act and the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA).

The decision may not be unconnected with the barrage of criticisms which has trailed the proposed amendment of the acts and speculations that the amendment is being done to favour Senate President Bukola Saraki who is presently on trial for alleged false declaration of asset at the CCT.

The senate, while announcing its decision via its official twitter handle, also said that it has stepped down the petition against Senator Kabiru Marafa who has always been against Saraki.

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The law makers further reaffirmed their commitment to stand with Saraki through his trial at the CCT.

The senate, while announcing its decision via its official twitter handle, @NGRSenate, also said that it has stepped down the petition against Senator Kabiru Marafa who has always been against Saraki.

The lawmakers further reaffirmed their commitment to stand with Saraki through his trial at the CCT.

Read the tweets below:

SEE ALSO: Drama As Senate Orders CCT Chairman To Appear Before It On The Day Of Saraki’s Trial

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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