Exclusive Interview With Ousted Nigerian CBN Governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi

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  1. We have some very competent candidates currently running for the office of the President of Nigeria, therefore team work should be encouraged greatly towards the anticipated victory. This is simply because, Nigeria has enough issues already; that requires urgent solutions. Perhaps a public debate between Sowore, Durotoye, Moghalu and other aspirants included. What do you think?

  2. Sanusi only spoke about his own part of the story but did not mention any of his wrong doings. He shamefully told us that he hasn't been able to go through the reasons for his suspension yet he termed it ridiculous and funny. Really ? Which sane, civilised and learned person does that ?
    Why should he invest such amount of money in the Islamic liquidity company in a secular country like Nigeria where Christians are majority ?
    Bottom line is that you have been suspended for gross misconduct, bad governance and negligence of duty by your employer so get that into your arrogant brains.

  3. This guy is my new hero in Africa, 20 more like him in Africa, we ll soon start seeing progression in the continent. And that amateur reporter, when asking questions to your interviewee, use the Mic, as you ask your questions, we don't hear non of your questions.

  4. This guy is my new hero in Africa, 20 more like him in Africa, we ll soon start seeing progression in the continent. And that amateur reporter, when asking questions to your interviewee, use the Mic, as you ask your questions, we don't hear non of your questions.

  5. I can't really understand why a Doctor who discovered a cancer in the Nigerian system be sacked and what power does Jonathan has by doing that other than the one given to him by the people and Sanusi L. is one of them. AFRICAN LEADER WAY BACK BEHIND:

  6. The urgent removal of  Sanusi Lamido  as a CBN governor showed a red flag and spoke volume for the missing $20Billion that he was claiming. We are approaching to the election year, what else did you expect from the government than this kind of fraud? What irks me most is that the inhabitants of the lands that produces this crude oil and gas were growing cap in hand begging for food, with no hope to see the day light tomorrow.

  7. This man is damn smart!!! He knows his job. President Goodluck shame on you for trying to tarnish his image! You have lost an important figure in your cabinet

  8. If the NNPC that generates almost 80% of Nigeria annual budget was last audited in 2005, says a lot about the financial recklessness that exist in Nigeria and yet GEJ is fighting corruption according to myopic Nigerians.

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