One of Nigeria’s top politicians, senate leader Bukola Saraki, has been cleared of falsely declaring his assets.
He was facing 18 charges, but now a tribunal says he has no case to answer.
The charismatic senate leader is a controversial figure who will no doubt welcome this ruling almost two years after he was first charged.
In a bid to promote transparency and tackle corruption, Nigerian politicians are supposed to declare all their assets.
But the tribunal overseeing the matter said Mr Saraki had no case to answer because of a lack of evidence.
The current government has vowed to tackle rampant corruption within the system.
Political opponents of President Muhammadu Buhari also accuse his government of using corruption allegations to carry out a political witch-hunt.