Defence counsel led by Kanu Agabi (SAN), had prayed the court to grant leave for possible re-examination of a witness, Michael Wetkass.
Agabi said there were perceived ambiguities in some of the evidences given by the witness during his examination and cross-examination.
Mr Paul Usoro, a defence counsel informed the court that the essence of the re-examination was to clarify some of the ambiguities before the tribunal.
“One of the charges says 3.4 million dollars was transferred but your evidence in chief says otherwise’’, Usoro said.
Wetkass had told the tribunal that he did not investigate Saraki personally and that his business record was also not investigated by him.
Wetkass also told the tribunal that he was part of the investigative team and that the total amount transferred by Saraki to his foreign account through America Expresss Bank was 3.5 million dollars.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that there was serious argument on the exact period Saraki’s property at No. 15, Madona Street, Ikoyi, Lagos was allocated to him.