The Federal Government has appealed a court ruling acquitting Senate President, Bukola Saraki, of charges of corruption and false declaration of assets.
The Court of Conduct Tribunal last week cleared the Senate President of 13-count charge of corruption levelled against him.
The government on Tuesday at the Court of Appeal Abuja filed eleven grounds of appeal challenging the judgment of the CCT.
The notice of appeal was signed by Rotimi Jacobs SAN and Pius Akutah, an assistant Chief State Counsel.
The government is seeking an order setting aside the CCT judgment of June the 14th that upheld the no case submission filed by Saraki at the close of the prosecution’s case.