Offa Robbery: Court Shocking Final Judgment From Arresting Saraki Becomes The Talk Of The Town..

Offa Robbery: Court Shocking Final Judgment From Arresting Saraki Becomes The Talk Of The Town..
Nigeria is a nation where our leaders are prevented from suspected crimes, when there is no
judgment to stop them notwithstanding when the law hands endeavored to, suspicious control dependably develop, just poor people can be sentence to death by hanging over coercion of only 1 cup of garri, we are ranting of "democracy", however everthing appears to be crazy in the sights of Nigerians yet nobody to talk.. Naija!
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A Federal Capital Territory High Court has requested the suspension of the investigation concerning the affirmed contribution of Senate President Bukola Saraki in the Offa Bank theft, pending further hearing on the issue.

More than 30 individuals were murdered in the theft of banks in Offa, Kwara State, prior in the year. 
The court made the order following an ex-parte application filed by 10 lawyers asking the court to suspend the interrogation of Saraki.

This is pending the determination of the motion brought before it.

The motion dated July 30 contained a request for the court to restrain the police or their agents from arresting, interrogating, harassing or attempting to detain Mr Saraki or infringe upon what they called his fundamental rights.

In a ruling on Wednesday, the judge, M.A. Nasir, allowed the application, ordering the police to suspend further action on issues relating to the suit pending the determination of the substantive matter on August 16.

“The respondents are directed to stay all further actions related to the suit, pending the determination of the originating motion, which is hereby fixed for hearing on August 16,” the court ruled.

According to the police, information provided by some arrested suspects indicted Saraki, resulting in a need for the senate president to explain his connection with them.

The Senate President has denied any involvement with the suspects, describing the investigation as a plot to intimidate him.

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