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Charges Against Former CBN Governor Numerous’ – Sen. Akpabio

The charges against Godwin Emefiele, the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), are so many that the Federal Government is at a loss as to which charge to bring against him, according to Senate President Godswill Akpabio.

He revealed this yesterday at the Tai Local Council of the state in Koroma, during a Thanksgiving service hosted by the representative of the Rivers South-East Senatorial District, Barinada Mpigi.

The third individual also attributed the nation’s economic woes to the decisions and deeds that “they took.” He made no mention of who “they” are. Akpabio went on to say that the current state of hunger and economic hardships

The current state of poverty and hunger is the result of nearly 60 years of decay.

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The former governor of Akwa Ibom State urged Nigerians to exercise patience, assuring them that the new government will fulfill the commitments for which they had “campaigned and danced” across the nation.

“So, the kind of debt and the economic mess that we are in… and lots of people do not understand,” Akpabio stated.

“I remember President Obama saying you cannot know Washington until you visit Washington,” the speaker went on. Therefore, the country’s economic state was dire by the time we arrived to examine it.

“So, you know that the former governor of the central bank, we don’t even know what to charge him with.

“Whether to charge him for putting foam on top of a pail, or to charge him for illegal possession of firearms, or to charge him for printing notes without income. I don’t know what we’re going to charge him with.

“But what we know is that yes, there is hunger today because of the kind of policies and actions that they took, and we recognise that, and I think every political party should recognise that there is hunger, and we’re battling to ensure that Nigerians can sleep with their eyes closed.

“There is insecurity. We’re battling to ensure Nigerians can eat three square meals a day.

“But rest assured that we campaigned for this job, we campaigned and danced around the country. We will not let you down.”



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