The Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, has again failed in his attempt to stop his trial by the Code Of Conduct Tribunal.
Delivering judgment on the appeal filed by the Senate President, Justice Abdul Aboki affirmed that the CCT has jurisdiction to try the case.
The five-man panel of the Court of Appeal in Abuja, agreed that the tribunal erred in discharging former Lagos Governor, Senator Bola Tinubu but the tribunal has since corrected itself in subsequent judgement.
On the claim that a quorum was not formed before he was charged, the court resolved the issue against the Senate President.
Justice Aboki resolved that three men at the Code of Conduct Bureau can adjudicate any matter.
All the four other members of the panel unanimously agreed with the lead judgment delivered by Justice Aboki.
Meanwhile, the trial of the Senate President continues at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, where he is facing a 16-count charge of corruption and false assets declaration.
The CCT had earlier struck out an application filed by the Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, against the Chairman of the tribunal, Justice Danladi Umar.
Senator Saraki had accused Mr Umar of bias and asked him to disqualify himself from hearing the case on alleged abuse of office and non-declaration of asset levelled against the Senate President.
With Thursday’s ruling, the CCT will resume Saraki’s trial on November 7 and 8.
The trial had been stalled due to the annual court vacation and the deployment of technicalities by the defence counsels.