The trial of the Senate President, Bukola Saraki, at the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT, has been postponed to Monday, April 18, 2016.
Chairman of the tribunal, Danladi Umar, was forced to adjourn sitting at the resumption of the trial on Wednesday due to power failure.
There was a blackout on Wednesday while the proceedings were going on, which caused intense heat in the courtroom.
Danladi could not wait for the electricity to be restored before he shifted the trial to two weeks’ time.
Saraki was at the CCT on Wednesday with some of his colleagues and the witness testifying against him gave more revealing details of the alleged corruption committed by the embattled Senate President.
The witness, Michael Wetkas, who is a detective of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, accused Saraki of corruptly obtaining cash deposits of $10,000 18 times in one day, into his account with one of the leading banks in Nigeria.
He had earlier on Tuesday alleged that the Senate President used one of his aides named Abdul Adama, to make transaction 50 times into his account in a single day, broken down to N600,000 and N900,000 on each occasion.