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Deputies disown CBN governor over missing oil money

12 February 2014, 21:18

Abuja - In a move that highlights the growing schism between the governor Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamodo Sanusi and his deputies, the bank’s deputy governors are distancing themselves from the views of their boss over the missing oil revenue, reports The Nation.

The deputy governors are not happy with the way Sanusi is handling the issue, which has resulted in him giving different figures of the missing oil money.

They accused Sanusi of not carrying them along before making what they call these weighty allegations in public.

They claimed that Sanusi’s inconsistencies could have been avoided if he had involved them in the process.

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