Prosecutor Accuses Saraki’s Defence Team of Demoralising His Witness

  • As witness admits he has no documents linking Saraki to London property

Tobi Soniyi in Abuja

Mr Rotimi Jacobs, SAN, who is prosecuting Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki, for alleged false assets declaration‎ before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, has accused Saraki’s lawyers of trying to demoralise his witness.

At the resumed hearing of the ‎trial on Wednesday, Jacobs lamented the pace at which the defence was handling the case.

Jacobs accused the defence of attempting to confuse and demoralise the witness.

The witness, Mr. Michael Wetkas, has been subjected to rigorous ‎cross-examination by the defence team.

‎Meanwhile, the witness, Michael Wetkas, has told the tribunal that he had no official documents linking the Senate President to the ownership of London properties for which he (Saraki) is facing trial.