The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, whose case at the Code of Conduct Tribunal has just been reopened, has in his own way defined restructuring as placing “premium on delivering good governance”.
The Senate President had been asked to appear before the Tribunal to answer the three remaining charges levelled against him by Federal Government on false declaration of assets, after the Court of Appeal dismissed 15 out of 18 charges.
Sharing a photo of himself in the midst of his security aide, Saraki wrote on Facebook, saying, “My own restructuring is when we place a premium on delivering good governance, fight against corruption, valourise honesty and live to serve the people – without betraying the trust reposed in us.”
Meanwhile Saraki’s team of lawyers has however said it would appeal to the Supreme Court. Kwara APC has also expressed confidence that the Senate President would end well in the trial journey.