The Supreme Court will on July 6, 2018 give its ruling on the false assets declaration charge brought against Senate President Bukola Saraki by the Federal Government.
Justice Musa Mohammed Dattijo, who presided over the matter Thursday, fixed the date after taking arguments from both Saraki and the Federal Government.
Saraki had approached the Supreme Court, asking it to dismiss the 18-count criminal charges of false assets declaration brought against him by the Federal Government.
He told the apex court that the charges against him were frivolous, and that prima facie case was not established against him at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT), which earlier tried him.
But counsel to the Federal Government, Rotimi Jacobs (SAN), urged the court to hold that Saraki has a case to answer in the charges.
He submitted that there was no law that an investigation must be conducted before charges can be preferred against any defendant.