Sanusi supports the Central Bank of Nigeria in its decision to relocate departments

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The ex-Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido, strongly supports the Central Bank of Nigeria’s decision to relocate certain departments from Abuja to Lagos, deeming it as a prudent move.

He encourages the CBN Governor, Olayemi Cardoso, to stand firm against political pressures, emphasizing the strategic advantages of utilizing Lagos’ larger infrastructure capacity.

Sanusi dismisses opposition claims, labeling them as unnecessary, and highlights that the CBN should prioritize the principled decision rather than succumb to regional or religious pressures.

He draws from his own experience, having contemplated a similar move during his tenure as CBN governor.

Sanusi asserts that the relocation is a strategic necessity, challenging critics to reconsider their perspectives on the capacity and logistics involved.

 

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