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2023: Ohanaeze Gives Emefiele One-Month Resignation Order As CBN Governor

The youth wing of the main Igbo socio-cultural organization, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide, has called for the Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele, to quit immediately.

According to, the development is related to the All Progressives Congress’s N100 million presidential form.

Within the week, Emefiele was named as one of the people who had purchased the form.
However, the CBN chairman stated on Saturday that the form was acquired by farmers and nationalists.

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However, OYC President-General Mazi Okwu Nnabuike stated in a statement on Sunday that Emefiele’s assertions cannot deceive Igbo youths.


“This is an absurdity taken too far. We are even seeing the futile efforts by the CBN Governor to convince gullible members of the society that the form was not purchased by him.

“We must say that his defence is dead on arrival, it’s like punching the air. What of the hundreds of branded cars that have been trending on social media? And could his so-called father Christmas farmers and patriots have purchased APC form for him if he were not a card carrying member of the party?” Okwu asked.

He said the only option left for the CBN boss was to resign honourably or be disgraced out of office.

“We can’t afford to continue to retain a card carrying member of the APC as CBN Governor. We now know why the economy is facing all manner of flops for the past 7 years.

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“We can’t have on the saddle a CBN Governor who is using our common wealth to sponsor the APC and this is why we are giving Emefiele 30 days to resign or be exposed. We have information on how he has been romancing with politicians in APC. Should he fail to resign, Nigerians will hear more about him,” Okwu vowed.



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