By Jonathan Ugbal
Two of the three senators representing Cross River State in the 8th Assembly were among the 29 reported to have followed the President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki to the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) sitting in Abuja Tuesday, September 22, 2015.
The senators representing Cross River Northern and Southern senatorial districts, Rose Oko and Gershom Bassey respectively were among the 29 senators led by the Deputy President of the Senate, Ike Ekweremadu to the sitting of the CCT which saw Saraki docked on a 13-count criminal charge bordering on false declaration of assets preferred against him.
Below is the list of senators at the tribunal:
1. Amori Ighoyota (Delta Central)
2. Bassey Albert Akpan (Akwa North East)
3. Abdulrahman Abubakar (Kogi East)
4. Tayo Alasoadura (Ondo Central)
5. Kabiru Gaya (Kano Central)
6. Peter Nwaoboshi (Delta North)
7. Aliyu Wamako (Sokoto North)
8. Shaaba Lafiagi (Kwara North)
9. Theodore Orji (Abia Central)
10. Ben Murray-Bruce (Bayelsa East)
11. Emmanuel Paulker (Bayelsa Central)
12. Ogola Foster (Bayelsa West)
13. Mao Ohuabunwa (Abia North)
14. Gilbert Nnaji (Enugu East)
15. Rose Oko (Cross River North)
16. Sam Egwu (Ebonyi North)
17. Olaka Nwogu (Rivers South East)
18. Samuel Anyanwu (Imo East)
19. Sunny Ogbuoji (Ebonyi South)
20. Aliyu Sabi Abdullahi (Niger East)
21. Isa Hamma Missau (Bauchi Central)
22. Obinna Ogba (Ebonyi Central)
23. Kaura Tijjani (Zamfara North)
24. Clifford Ordia ( Edo Central)
25. Mohammed Ohiare (Kogi Central)
26. Rafui Ibrahim (Kwara South)
27. Gershom Henry Bassey (Cross River South) and
28. Ibrahim Dambaba (Sokoto South).
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