Abuja - Suspended governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, has blamed top bank executives for his suspension by President Goodluck Jonathan, Premium Times reports.
Sanusi explained that he was suspended because of his determination to unravel the mystery behind the missing $20 billion oil money by asking the bank executives to open their books.
Sanusi was suspended by President Jonathan for "financial recklessness and misconduct, which are inconsistent with the administration’s vision of a Central Bank propelled by the core values of focused economic management, prudence, transparency and financial discipline."
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