The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, will on March 10, appear before the Code of Conduct Tribunal(CCT) in Abuja, to face corruption charges the federal government preferred against him. Saraki’s appeal was thrown out by a seven-man panel of Justices of the Supreme Court on February 5 over a 13-count criminal charge bordering on his alleged false declaration of assets. In a unanimous judgement, the Chief Justice of Nigeria(CJN), Justice Mahmud Mohamed, said Saraki has a criminal case to answer, even as it upheld an earlier verdict of the Abuja Division of the Court of Appeal which okayed the Senate President for prosecution before the CCT. Already, the CCT panel which is headed by Justice Danladi Umar, has issued and served hearing notices on all the parties. The notices were sequel to a letter that was written on behalf of the Federal Government by the prosecuting counsel, Mr. Rotimi Jacobs, SAN, which notified the tribunal of the judgment of the Supreme Court for the trial to proceed.