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Lamido’s Suspension Done in Bad Faith –CNPP

Sanusi Lamido


Conference of Nigerian Political Parties, CNPP, has picked holes on the suspension of the Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Malam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, describing it as a selective witch- hunt

Sanusi Lamido

Sanusi Lamido

Reacting to the development Thursday via a press statement issued by its publicity secretary Mr. Osita Okechukwu, made available to newsmen in Enugu, the group noted that “whereas, it cannot fault the powers of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR to suspend any official of the Federal Government However “we rate the suspension of Governor Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Malam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi as selective witch-hunt and one done strictly in bad faith.

The statement read in parts: “For the avoidance of doubt, for a long time tongues have been wagging on the way and manner Malam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi had converted the CBN into a charity organization; but Mr President did not take special notice nor was deeply concerned until Malam Sanusi opened the Pandorax-Box in what we may term the cash-cow – Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC”.

“CNPP like most patriots will celebrate the day President Jonathan suspends those whom Malam Sanusi had clearly exposed for allegedly squandering billions of United States Dollars, USD, of Crude Oil revenue without due process, lack of transparency and most importantly utter disregard to appropriation by the National Assembly.

“Until then, we regard the suspension of the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Malam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, as selective witch-hunt and suspension done in bad faith”, CNPP insisted.

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1 Comment for “Lamido’s Suspension Done in Bad Faith –CNPP”

  1. Why are some of our Nigerian politicians so gullible and plain stupid?
    Did this Mr Osita Okechukwu of CNPP took his time to read the damning independent report issued to the President by the FRCN (Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria) before rushing out to make this sort of press statement? What would he rather the President did in the circumstances? Invite Sanusi in for coffee or kola-nut chewing session and allow him to retire gleefully in the face of the clear recommendations from the FRCN? Where else in the world would a Governor of the nation’s Central Bank be allowed to walk tall with such glaring evidence of ineptitude, incompetence, egoistic arrogance and blatant abuse of due process. For goodness sake,this man literaly raped the nation’s faults that he was meant to be protecting, then tried to cover this up with all sorts of distractive noises once he knew the game was up. Shine your eyes, these CNPP and APC people that would say anything in the name of scoring some cheap political brownie points. Just why cannot some so-called politicians learn when to put the overall interest of the country before their clearly selfish partisan interests. Yeye people!
    Anthony Kito (London uk)

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