Friday, 21 February 2014

Poser:Do You Support Lamido Sanusi's Sack?

The Federal government yesterday suspended CBN governor ,Sanusi Lamido Sanusi over allegation of financial recklessness. Lamido who has some few months left before the end of his five years tenure before his appointment was the former Managing Director of First Bank of Nigeria and was away in Niamey,Niger Republic attending a conference when his sack was announced. Lately, he has levelled various allegations on unremitted funds to the Federal treasury by the NNPC.These allegations seemed to have unsettled President Goodluck Jonathan's administration. Though Sanusi has vowed to challenge his suspension in court,saying that the President has no constitutional power to suspend him,the FG has gone ahead to name his successor in the person of current Managing Director of Zenith Bank Plc,Godwin Emefilie as his successor. Do you support the suspension of Lamido Sanusi by the FG?


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23 comments:

  1. I support the suspension 100% Sanusi over the years has been too arrogant! Is he now claiming that the president who has the power to hire does not have the power to fire? He should wake up from day dreaming! The deed has been done. He should just quietly go and pack his personal effects from the office and go and be pursuing his ambition of becoming the next emir of Kano. He ran CBN like an emirate! He behaved as the 37th governor in Nigeria. He left the primary functions of the apex bank and was busy doing intervention projects of different kinds. Building hostels,renovating schools, buildind ICT centres etc. Most state goverments did not even award as many contracts as our 'almighty CBN governor'! Good riddance to bad rubbish!

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  2. Mi brother I agree wit u all dos idiot disturbing our prosido god go hammer Dem out of d office useless ppl.

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  3. CKN, of all pics you guys have of d Sanusi Lamido, why use this picture we all know has nothing to do with his sack from office. You all full of crab sentiments. U guys are disgracing this noble profession honestly

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    1. One man's meat is another man's poison. CKN that pic was so funny dt it made my day. Sanusi don climb tree pass leaf. Trust naija everyone will bail out on him in the conference and try and curry the favour of the new gov

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    2. That anonymous writer talking about CKN and picture,

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  4. Anonymous 6:46am & 7:05am,both are fools nd enemy of Nigeria nd evil agents of Jonathan corruption,Sanusi is a man who is exposing d big looting of Jonathan nd his criminals alike in d his administration and yet this fools are taking side wit evil.Foolish people

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  5. The president’s action was illegal and contrary to the provisions of the CBN Act. the act prevented the president from doing so, except in the case of outright sack of the governor. the president’s action was an act of “ambushing a needed whistle blower out of office' this was in view of shocking revelations he made against the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) over the mismanagement of oil proceeds. “Sanusi, no doubt, has been the crown witness in the matter of alleged mismanagement of Nigeria’s oil proceeds to the tune of 49.8 billion dollars. “So, why suspend him now?”

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  6. Yes, the president is right, and we call on the EFCC to probe lamido immediately.

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  7. Sanusi Lamido revealed that $20 billion is missing from NNPC treasury and is sacked immediately.

    Diezani Alison-Madueke admits that some funds are indeed missing from the NNPC treasury which she is overseeing; Jonathan doesn't think that is grievous enough to warrant sack or suspension.
    Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the coordinator of Nigeria's economy and finance minister who is caught in the middle of all this hasn't been sacked yet.

    I'm just watching, quietly.
    Who Is Fooling Who?

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  8. Sanusi is more qualified to be an emir than. Cbn governor. He should have been sacked many years ago. I will not use any money that had his signature

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  9. If all the government can accuse Sanusi of is investing on infrastructures which invariably will give rise to development of the country as a Nation, I will say it is madness.Can anyone imagine the bottomline impact of these investment?..the positive impact it will have in the Nigerian monetary policy? This are clear injections to balance the LM,M1 and M2. Gosh! Nija..... Now suspending Sanusi in the heat of 49.8$ NNPC scandal is mere stupidity except person had dey inside!

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  10. Nooooooo. We need his type for our anti corruption war. Jonathan need corrupt people that can assist him to loot our collective wealth. God will punish him and his cohort.

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  11. Even if it is true that sanusi have been involved in reckless spending over how many years how come is now that jonathan is realising that.The reality is that jonathan suspended sanusi because he exposed what was not to be exposed

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  12. Sanusi, over valued and priced himself. His self centered ambitions drove him into this road of disgrace. The president took the right steps on a public servant who exceeded his bounds. Imagine a cbn gov given a mosque in kano 100million? Arrant nonsense

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  13. Sanusi has delusions of grandeur. He has a larger than life picture of himself! Arrogant, high handed and pompous! Is he the first to be a prince? Is he bigger and more powerful than the president and commander in chief of the federal republic of Nigeria? His suspension confirms the saying that pride goes before a fall. His case is that of grace to grass. Jonathan has put him where he rightly belongs! I dey laugh oooooooooooooooooo

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  14. Yes, 100%. A man that sin against King. Wrong his soul. Sanusi his hepocrate, Arrogant and full of himself. Now he knows that the office presidency shd be respected.

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  15. Sunusi how can you expose us while you are in the Govt, Jonathan Govt is a corrupt Govt so you expecct to work with credible people

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  16. I think we should say what is true and what will affect our economy. Sacking or suspension of Sanusi is not the matter. The N10B from the about N 50B, where is the money. What is the justification of the new N20B. What is the way forward for CBN and Nigeria at large in respect of tackling corruption. That is what I think should be on the front burner.

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  17. Sanusi got what he deserved,because he feels he has more power than the presidency,oya na,make we see who laugh last.

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  18. He got what he deserves, he talks too much and enter matters that does not concerns him. Office of the presidency is powerful more than any office in Nigeria and must be respected by all. He should stop wasting his time going to court because he is also bird of the same feather based on the allegation against him.

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  19. I support the suspension weller. Why is it afte Sanusi was issued a query before he came up with the allegation that some money were unremited by the NNPC into the federation account? And Sanusi also goes on to say that some funds has not been remited into the federation account since 2005, does that mean that Obasonjo is also indicted because ObJ was the one in power then?

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  20. Sentiment apart, Sanusi is also wanted in many area. How can he donate 100million to a mosque in kano, and and spending more than most state govts on intervention projects.Is that the mandate of CBN. All these re a way of looting money, a pot calling kettle black. ACN should remove sentiment and see our nation growing. All these re showing that we need good constitution that will add valve to our democracy

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