Sunday, 23 February 2014

Kano Emirate’s Family Celebrates Sanusi’s Suspension

The Members of the Kano emirate called Dabo Family Women Association have gathered to celebrate the suspension of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s governor, Sanusi Lamido. 

Addressing a news conference at the Emir’s palace on Saturday, a family member, Hajia Binta Sanusi, said that the suspension was “an honour done to their son who served his country truthfully and was later rewarded with mischievous allegations”.

The women, comprising mothers, sisters and in-laws of the suspended apex bank governor, seemed happy even when some Nigerians have condemned the suspension.

They said there was no course for alarm, as Sanusi had proved to be trust worthy, having transformed the Nigerian economy in five years.

The CBN governor was suspended on allegations of financial recklessness, an claim the women called baseless, saying their son and brother is not a thief.

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