It might interest you to know that the Former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Chief Joseph Sanusi recommend to the Federal Government to appoint one of the deputy governors of the bank as governor at the expiration of the tenure of the substantive governor.

The institution celebrated two former CBN deputy governors, Mr Victor Odozie and Prof Kingsley Moghalu.

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[dropcap type=”2″]C[/dropcap]hief Joseph Sanusi who spoke during the Financial Institutions Training Centre (FITC’s) second celebration of leadership excellence dinner at Oriental Hotel, Lagos, said only an experienced deputy governor who knows much about the tradition of the apex bank could carry its tradition to the next level.

He urged the government to give the deputy governors of the bank priority in choosing any candidate to succeed governors of the bank.

He said: “One thing about the CBN is the quality of people the bank always has as workers; they are not just any how persons but quality people who are used to the task. We are unhappy that the CBN  has not deemed it fit to allow experienced and qualified deputy governors to be appointed governor.

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