End your hide and seek game, resign now – Ezekwesili slams Emefiele
Former Education Minister Oby Ezekwesili has challenged Godwin Emefiele, Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), to quit hiding his goal of being Nigeria's next president and resign.
Ezekwesiki stated that Emefiele's game is embarrassing and plays with Nigeria's monetary power.
The BBOG activist said this in response to Emefiele's recent comment that he is waiting for God's divine intervention before deciding whether to run for President.
"I just read your waffling neither-here-nor-there tweet reacting to news of your payment of N100M for the APC Nomination form for the 2023 Presidential election," Ezekwesili commented on Twitter. You apparently did not read what the APC Spokesperson said to @Bloomberg. Resign. Stop making the country seem bad. Stop.
“This is for you. Time to end your low-grade hide and seek game that dangerously toys with the monetary authority of this country and its people. Resign.
“It is legitimate aspiration to seek to be President of Nigeria but resign from CBN to go pursue it.”
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