Could This Be The Real Truth Behind CBN Governor’s Sack???


Egosentrik, President and Lamido

On the 28 of Dec 2014, I Egosentrik, found a very hot article by Sahara Reporters. I doubted the authenticity of the report, however, I gave it a breaking news on my Blog with a question mark. However, it is beginning to seem like in every dodgy accusation by Sahara Reporters there might be an atom of truth. I said this because they predicted this SACK was going to happen and it did. Lamido knew this was gonna happen, so he is not surprised, and at thesame time his hands are not clean. Nigerian Politics is Dirty and Needs to be cleaned up totally by 2019. And I Egosentrik will have to work with the Federal Government to be a part of this change. 

Read my earlier report about this incident on the 28 of December 2013 below:

Breaking News: CBN Governor Sanusi Lamido Indirectly Sacked?

Dec28by egosentrik

According to  an online report from SaharaReporters, Mr Lamido has been sacked and will commence his Post-Retirement leave in March 2014. Mr Sanusi is due to retire as CBN Governor in May, but will be forced retire March next year. Below is how SaharaReporters reported the story. I cannot verify the credibility of this story, as we all know SaharaReporters and how they claim to know every every…lol….

SaharaReporters has learnt that Nigeria’s Central Bank Governor, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, will be forced to leave his post in March, 2014, two months before the formal expiration of his tenure. Two sources at the Presidency and a source at the Central Bank told SaharaReporters that Mr. Sanusi has been ordered to proceed on a post-retirement leave in March. All three sources concluded that the early exit for the CBN henchman was occasioned by Mr. Sanusi’s recent leaked letter to President Goodluck Jonathan detailing the theft of close to $50 billion in oil proceeds by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). Last week, Mr. Sanusi revised the figure of missing funds down to $12 billion, but the damage to the Jonathan Presidency is considered massive.

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