In an unexpected decision, the Federal Government (FG) has chosen to move several important ministries to Lagos in an effort to relieve congestion at the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) National Headquarters in Abuja. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
This choice has caused controversy, with many Nigerians, especially those in the north, expressing their displeasure. The unhappiness has been likened to the intense feelings that are frequently observed when money misappropriation or embezzlement instances surface.
In response to the public outcry, former senator Shehu Sani took to his verified Twitter account to express his views on the matter.
Sani pointed out the irony of some individuals being complacent when billions of dollars were allegedly illegally moved out of the central bank, yet vehemently opposing the relocation of certain departments.
Sani’s tweet reads, “Some people have no issues when billions of dollars were illegally moved out of the Central Bank but have issues when some departments are moving out of the Central Bank.”
This statement emphasizes the inconsistency in public sentiment and raises questions about the priorities of those who remain silent on financial malfeasance while vocalizing their discontent over administrative decisions aimed at improving efficiency and reducing congestion. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>