…And Saraki goes to court but…

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This is strange I tell you. The senate president went to court and staged drama with his lawyers. The first thing he did was to close the upper legislative house because of his trial. You know, the meaning of the senate of the Federal republic as we speak is Bukola Saraki. Take him to court and everything ceases.


The story is just starting o!! They got to court and his lawyers started their own issues. The lawyers were insisting that their case at the Supreme Court must be done with before the CCB continues. They insisted that it must be so or else…. When the CCT finally turns them down, they resorted to that well worn out style of walking away because they didn’t have their ways. It won’t work I tell you.


You can do well to search this blog for enough stories on saraki. We have written so many articles on him on this subject so we wouldn’t rehearse it again. You are encouraged to search and entertain yourself with the posts as earlier written on him.


The truth about this matter is that saraki doesn’t want to answer a straight answer. He is not interested in telling us how he became a billionaire out of the blues. He is not ready to answer from people he felt he couldn’t manipulate. He has been running helter skelter thinking that would help the issue. It wouldn’t do him any favour. He must come out and defend himself. This “gbalagbala run-around”  would never work.


The other day I saw him presenting approved  ministerial lists to the President and I laughed. This man must think that everyone is a “mumu”.  Did he call the President when he was about making himself the Senate president? Was it not the same Saraki who hailed the President for not interfering in the process that led to his being made the Senate president? How come he now needs the president to interfere in his case now? This man is a wonderful man.


He would answer to his charges and we would hear how he made his money. At least it is better we learn how to become billionaires quickly in our young age through his sermon. Saraki should be well assured that we would thank him mightily if we learnt from him…


Twale to my senate President….Ewolewoo!!

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