The year 2014 would be succinctly reported because of the less cases that were disposed via discharge; sittings were largely restricted to the headquarters courtroom in Abuja.
Out of the 98 cases filed by Code of Conduct Bureau, 18 number cases were discharged, due to either lack of diligent prosecution or other procedural lapses in the part of the Bureau.
Most of these cases were from the states are largely less profile in status.
However, the year 2015 witnessed steady improvement in the area of conviction. Other disposed cases ranges from discharged, struck and convicted cases.
Nonetheless, the total of 32 cases was disposed, two cases were discharged by the tribunal, and 6 number cases under review were withdrawn by the prosecution agency, thus; CCB for reason best known to them.
On the other hand, same year, 21 cases were struck out by the Tribunal due to lack of painstaking and diligent prosecution, that affects the legitimacy of instituting the case against the defendants.
Conclusively, 3 convictions were achieved against some public servants from Kano state, under Mal Ibrahim Shekarau as his S.As. The affected public servants are; Gambo Ado, case no CCT/KN/05/13, Alkasim S. Ajumawa, case no CCT/KN/03/13 and Mustapha S. R/Gado, filed in CCT/KN/04/13.
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CCT HQ. Abuja.