Governor Soludo Accuses Former CBN Governor Emefiele of Illegal Money Printing, Defends President Tinubu’s Economic Challenges


In a recent appearance on Channels Television, Anambra State Governor and former Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Charles Soludo, made startling revelations, accusing the former CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, of engaging in illegal money printing during his tenure. In addition to this allegation, Soludo defended President Bola Tinubu, asserting that he inherited a moribund economy.

During the program, Soludo expressed his concerns about the economic challenges facing the nation and sought to shed light on the complexities of the situation. According to Soludo, President Tinubu took over a “dead economy” and has been grappling with the aftermath of financial mismanagement.

“President Tinubu inherited a dead economy, and we must be realistic about the challenges he faces in reviving it,” Soludo stated emphatically, urging Nigerians to be patient and understanding of the daunting task at hand.

However, the most explosive revelation came when Soludo accused the former CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele, of engaging in unauthorized money printing during his tenure. Soludo alleged that Emefiele’s actions had further exacerbated the economic challenges inherited by President Tinubu.

Soludo’s accusations have ignited a new wave of controversy, with many calling for a transparent and impartial inquiry into the alleged financial misconduct during Emefiele’s tenure. The former CBN Governor has not yet responded to the allegations made by Soludo.

Meanwhile, political analysts and citizens alike are closely watching the developments, as the economic challenges facing Nigeria continue to be a matter of national concern. President Tinubu’s administration has been under intense scrutiny as it grapples with the daunting task of steering the nation towards economic recovery.

As the allegations and counterclaims unfold, Nigerians are left to ponder the implications for the nation’s financial stability and the path ahead for President Tinubu’s administration.


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