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‘Sack Emefiele’ SAN spills in anger, as he obtains APC’s nomination form



Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, (SAN), has asked the Federal Government to sack the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele and he should also be ordered to refund all the salaries and allowances he had been paid as the CBN governor.

Adegboruwa spilled as he heard that the report that Emefiele had picked the N100 million presidential Expression of Interest and Nomination forms of the All Progressives Congress, describing the move as “reckless and a mockery of Nigeria’s democracy”.

Though Emefiele has not publicly declared his intention to contest the presidency, his support groups have flooded the media with promotional messages and few of the groups had bought the form for him.

The senior advocate of Nigeriaf  said, “I believe that the case of the CBN governor highlights the nature of governance that we have in Nigeria, which is everybody to yourself and no one for all. Things have fallen apart. It is the height of impunity and scandalous for the All Progressives Congress government for allowing him to bastardise his office.

“It is a mockery of our democratic experience and an abuse of decency. It is recklessness. I believe lawyers and lovers of peace should call for his removal or sacking.

“By purchasing the form, he lost the moral authority to function to as governor of CBN. He should leave to join his colleagues in politics. He should not rubbish the office.

“The Nigeria Bar Association and Civil Society Organisations should demand all the money paid to him CBN governor should be refunded.”

He insinuated that, Emefiele’s attention had been in politics and this may be the reason for the country’s poor economic growth.

“He never deserved that office. His eyes has been in politics. This explains why the naira and the economy are falling. His mind has always been in politics. He has always been distracted.”

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