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Forgery: Why I’m listed as a witness in Senate – Buhari’s aide

Presidential Adviser on National Assembly (Senate) Ita Enang explained yesterday that he is listed as a witness in the Senate rules forgery suit because of…

Presidential Adviser on National Assembly (Senate) Ita Enang explained yesterday that he is listed as a witness in the Senate rules forgery suit because of the role he played in the seventh Senate.
Enang and the Political Adviser to the President, Babafemi Ojudu, are among the witnesses lined-up for the suit against the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, his deputy, Dr. Ike Ekweremadu, the outgoing clerk of the National Assembly, Alhaji Salisu Maikasuwa and deputy clerk, Ben Efeturi.
“Further to false publications and insinuations that presidential aides have been Iined-up against the presiding officers of the Senate and others in the prosecution relating to the Standing Orders of the Senate 2015 citing me as one of those thus lined-up, l hereby state as hereunder,” he stated.
“That this is false in all material particulars. That I was the chairman of the rules and business committee of the 7th Senate which ended plenary on June 4, 2015 and the 8th Senate was inaugurated on June 9, 2015,” Enang said.
Enang added that on July 3, 2015, the police confronted him with the allegation that he was suspected to have amended or printed the Standing Orders being the Chairman of Rules and Business Committee of the 7th Senate, an allegation he denied.
The presidential aide said: “That it was from the statement of other persons of interest, after my statement that the police may have formed an opinion as to who did what, exonerating me, but rather listed me as a witness to the procedure for amendment, having made a statement on the matter.
“That all these events occurred prior to and independent of my appointment as SSA to the President in late August 2015.”

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