Children Of Politically Exposed Nigerians Will Rather Quit Central Bank Than Leave Their ‘Spoilt Abuja Life’ For Lagos; Get Rid Of Them, Sanusi Tells CBN Gov


Sanusi Supports CBN Relocation, Highlights Concerns Over Employees**

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In a recent statement, former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, voiced his support for the relocation of certain CBN departments from Abuja to Lagos under the current administration of Bola Tinubu. Sanusi defended the move, emphasizing the need for the apex bank’s management to stand firm in their decision, even if it means parting ways with employees who refuse to relocate.

Sanusi pointed out a crucial issue, stating that many CBN employees are children of politically exposed Nigerians. According to him, these individuals prioritize their lifestyle and businesses in Abuja over their responsibilities at the CBN. Sanusi urged the Governor to take decisive action, emphasizing that retaining such elements could be detrimental to the bank’s future.

Expressing concerns over the relocation, the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) previously opposed the move, viewing it as a deliberate action against the Northern region. The forum argued that the decision appeared to be part of a broader pattern of actions taken by certain federal government agencies that adversely affect the interests of the North and other regions.

Despite the opposition, Sanusi, the 14th Emir of Kano, described the relocation as an “eminently sensible move.” His endorsement aligns with the belief that the CBN’s decision serves strategic and practical purposes, despite the challenges posed by resistance from some employees.

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