High Court & Bukola Saraki

The term High Court usually refers to the superior court (or supreme court) of a country or state. Abubakar Bukola Saraki (b. 19 December 1962) was elected governor of Kwara State, Nigeria in 29 May 2003, holding office for two terms. 4.0/5

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A Fed. High Court in Abuja has set aside an earlier order issued by another Fed. High Court which declared Abubakar Bukola Saraki wanted.
Kwara indigenes cry foul DR. Bukola Saraki, former Kwara State governor and a sitting senator in the Senate Chamber of the National Assembly never saw it coming; ‘he is a wanted man.’ The Special Fraud Unit (SFU) of the Nigerian Police Force, last week, declared him wanted. Saraki has however agreed to turn himself in this Monday, a statement released last Saturday revealed, “Senator Saraki assures Nigerians that he maintains that he has not contravened the laws of Nigeria, and while awaiting the decision of the Abuja High Court on May 22nd 2012, he will nonetheless be making himself available to assist the SFU at the appropriate office 9am Monday morning on 30th April 2012.” Before issuing the statement, the embattled freshman senator, sources revealed, was running from pillar to post trying to save himself from the impending doom; prosecution. The two-term governor of Kwara State was said to have approached President Goodluck Jonathan but the President refused to grant his emissaries audience. A ...
Police Declare Senator Bukola Saraki Wanted Over $133.5 Million Bank Loan Fraud The Special Fraud Unit of the Nigerian Police Force has declared the former governor of Kwara State, Bukola Saraki, wanted over a N21 billion bank loan fraud at the defunct Intercontinental Bank of Nigeria. An SFU source told Saharareporters that an arrest warrant is in place for the immediate arrest of the senator who went into hiding after a Federal High Court in Abuja cleared the way for his arrest on Thursday.
Bukola Saraki surrenders, to hands self over to police Monday
A Fed. High Court in Abuja, yesterday, said it never granted an interim injunction restraining the police from arresting Sen. Bukola Saraki.
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