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Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by DickTator1: 7:25pm On Sep 18, 2015

September 18
19:02

The Nigeria police is yet to receive the directive to arrest Senate President Bukola Saraki, Olabisi Kolawole, acting commissioner of police and police spokesperson, has told TheCable.

The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) sitting in Abuja on Friday specifically ordered the inspector-general of police to arrest the senate president and bring him before the tribunal on Monday.

Saraki had failed to appear before the tribunal, forcing Justice Danladi Umar, chairman of the CCT, to issue a bench warrant for his arrest.

But Kolawole said the police had not been given the directive, adding that as soon as they receive the order, the arrest of Saraki will be effected.

Responding to a question on whether the police would carry out the order of the tribunal, she said: “If the police receive the directive they will carry it out. As of now, I don’t think the IG has received the order. But if we do, we will obviously carry it out.”

Saraki is a facing a 13-count charge of corruption and false declaration of assets brought against him by the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).

He had approached Justice Ahmed Mohammed of the federal high court, Abuja, to halt his trial.

But the court issued an order asking the parties to the case – the chairman of CCT, the ministry of justice, the CCB and Saraki – to appear before it next Monday week.

Saraki’s lawyers interpreted Justice Mohammed’s order to mean the arraignment of Saraki on Friday had been suspended.

But Justice Umar ruled that the high court had no supervisory jurisdiction over the tribunal, voiding the order of the court.
https://www.thecable.ng/police-still-awaiting-directive-arrest-saraki

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by yimikaa: 7:50pm On Sep 18, 2015
Introvert and LadyF ain't got nothing on me cool.

If Arase loves his job, he should act fast and arrest the mesujanba, to change IGP no hard.

If FG can pull this through and deal with Saraki, all politicians in this dispensation will fall in line.

Dedicating this FTC to my 1st and 2nd wife (kachichuwkwu style) grin.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by damiloladuke: 5:33am On Sep 19, 2015
what is delaying

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by ultrazone(m): 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by DONSMITH123(m): 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
Isokay

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by 1love4all: 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
Can't wait to see how these ends.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Ologogoro: 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
ok
Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by eleko1: 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
Useless talk.NOr bi d same pipu they threatened to arrest the thief yesterday sad?Abeg,go bundle that cow b4 he escape go sallah.Nonsense undecided

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by SafetyFirst(m): 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
Order from above.
Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by 5starmilitant: 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
Saraki head strong sha............. Am really expecting more dirty dealings from the camp of the enemy(apc). That party must scatter as predicted.


This is one point you're gonna like the northern masturbaters, their comments are minimal cos they know saraki's one of their own. Unlike the real slaves who run their mouths like squirting kpekus.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by IamOpemipo(m): 5:34am On Sep 19, 2015
Awon omo wooobey, their lion is blood hot to devour
Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Nobody: 5:35am On Sep 19, 2015
WHAT A SHAME , HOW I WISH THIS KIND OF MESS DOESNT HAPPEN TO saraki, BUT WHY ARE THEY AFTER SARAKI ALONE ?

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Agimor(m): 5:35am On Sep 19, 2015
They should effect the directives ASP.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Caseless: 5:36am On Sep 19, 2015
Delay is dangerous. Solo de fall my hand. That guy should have slept in their custody.



Just send those 'ordinary corporals', they sure know how to effect such arrest order. Those ones no know law and human right, Na order from above dem sabi.



Make sure saraki doesn't escape unhurt this weekend cos the appeal court might stall his arrest on monday.


saraki, the shortest-serving Senate president ever Liveth.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by madridguy(m): 5:39am On Sep 19, 2015
Saraki should be inside inbox by now. I don't know what Solomon Arase still waiting for naa.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Nobody: 5:39am On Sep 19, 2015
B R B
Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by wasco24: 5:39am On Sep 19, 2015
kiss

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Oluwtoying(m): 5:40am On Sep 19, 2015
WE ARE GETTING OUT OF MORTHERN SLAVERY IN KWARA STATE.... MAY GOD HELP US FULLY

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Pavore9: 5:40am On Sep 19, 2015
That is the law, due process must be followed. If the law finds him to have stolen from his people, he owes them a refund and some time behind bars but if he can in good conscience defend that he didn't misappropriate while in office and not mere latching on the loopholes in the law then his Creator will vindicate him.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by TOMTOM15(m): 5:40am On Sep 19, 2015
is normal for the police fear him(ex-senate president) smiley

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by Nobody: 5:40am On Sep 19, 2015
kwara thief

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by globalresource: 5:40am On Sep 19, 2015
Oga ooo

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by kado(m): 5:41am On Sep 19, 2015
OK........watching
Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by nationwide1(m): 5:41am On Sep 19, 2015
Saraki teaching APC politics from scratch.


But Buhari was not arrested when he was guilty of same contempt of court. Do some people still remember?

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by powerfulsettingz: 5:41am On Sep 19, 2015
Now i smell lies



Saraki should be behind the bars right now

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by PRYCE(m): 5:42am On Sep 19, 2015
Thought they said they'll "arrest him without Delay"? PAWNS!!

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by mrphysics(m): 5:42am On Sep 19, 2015
hmmmmm. dia risk God oooo, hope Nigeria will move forward with this kind of politics?

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by truelyt: 5:44am On Sep 19, 2015
oga police ye ..
wetin b dis ye..

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by segzyj(m): 5:44am On Sep 19, 2015
Tinubu in action

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by MightyThor(m): 5:44am On Sep 19, 2015
This country sha...
Dispute the fact that I like how things are going and we pray justice get done and most wrong done to this country are set right, I can't help but wonder....

These our so called politicians are still deceiving us, so they know saraki has sinned since 2003 and kept quite about it all this while?

It makes one wonder then that all the known criminal and public fund looters can also be prosecuted, if we are sincere about this anti corruption fight.

Certain individuals are keeping past leaders criminal evidence as leverage for personal gains only and not for national interest. Which to me is still corruption.

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by aare07(m): 5:47am On Sep 19, 2015
Saraki.: the game of the throne

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Re: Police ‘still Awaiting Directive’ To Arrest Saraki by sammyj: 5:48am On Sep 19, 2015
FG should not take this Saraki 's case with a pinch of salt because this should act as a deterent to others that fills are above the Nigerian constitution and people. Still waiting for the wailers kings spoke men like Ben Bruce and Fayose to come and support illegality! ! angry cool

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