The President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has announced his decision to head to the Supreme Court to challenge the judgement of the Court of Appeal on his case at the Code of Conduct Tribunal.
Saraki said he needed to test the position of the Court of Appeal at the higher court to determine if it will stand the test of time.
The Court of Appeal had on Friday said the CCT was right to have initiated proceedings against Saraki in a case of false assets declaration.
Saraki was accused of under-declaration of his assets when he was the governor of Kwara State.
Saraki’s lawyer, Joseph Daudu (SAN), however disagreed with the ruling, saying his client will head to the Supreme Court.
Daudu, who stated Saraki’s position, said this was to rest the judgement of the Court of Appeal.