Former CBN Deputy Governor Who Threatened To Reveal Boko Haram Sponsors Dies
A former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Mr Obadiah Mailafia is Dead. He died on Sunday after a brief illness according to a family source.
It will be noted that Malaifa has threatened to reveal those that are sponsoring terrorism in the country, a situation that led him to be interviewed by the DSS
The Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the Middle Belt Forum, Ms Ndi Kato, Dr Mailafia died on Sunday Morning at the National Hospital Abuja from a yet to be disclosed illness.Obadiah Mailafia was born on December 24, 1956.
He was a Nigerian development economist, international polymath, central banker, statesman and the 2019 Nigeria Presidential election Candidate of African Democratic Congress (ADC). He was a former official of the African Development Bank Group and one-time Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
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