4:37 am - Friday July 21, 2017

‘President Buhari Should SACK CBN Governor Now’-Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group demand *Says: ‘Emefiele is Incompetent, Deliberately Sabotaging Nigeria’s Economy’ *Lament: ‘Emefiele’s Bad Monetary Policies Ruined Nigeria’s NAIRA ‘ *Fraudsters Impersonate CBN Governor, Coins Victims with Cash of $8.3million Trunk Boxes *Fake email sent from: gov.godwinemefele252@yahoo.es dip.donaldosso@yahoo.it

‘President Buhari Should SACK CBN Governor Now’-Nigerians in Diaspora Monitoring Group demand

*Says: ‘Emefiele is Incompetent, Deliberately Sabotaging Nigeria’s Economy’

*Lament: ‘Emefiele’s Bad Monetary Policies Ruined Nigeria’s NAIRA ‘

*Fraudsters Impersonate CBN Governor, Coins Victims with Cash of $8.3million Trunk Boxes

*Fake email sent from: gov.godwinemefele252@yahoo.es dip.donaldosso@yahoo.it

BY OKECHUKWU UGOCHI/BUSINESS WRITER, ABUJA

cbn-3PRESSURE is on, the heat is getting unbearable on the administration of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari as Nigerians -in-Diaspora Monitoring Group, NDMG, a Nigerian advocacy body in United Kingdom, UK, have captured the angst, feelings and reactions of rising inflationary circumstances in Africa’s most populous nation, by demanding that the Nigerian presidency should immediately terminate the employment of Godwin Emefiele, Nigeria’s governor of Central Bank, CBN, allegedly for incompetence and sabotage of Nigeria’s economy. Surprisingly, some unknown con men are now deceiving innocent members of the public by sending them hoarse document allegedly claiming to have been issued by CBN governor.

Just yesterday, NDMG, has asked President Buhari to seek the approval of the Senate to immediately sack the Governor of CBN, Emefiele over what it termed long running incompetence and deliberate sabotage of the country’s economy through questionable monetary policies that ruined the Naira.


It threatened to shut down Nigeria High Commission in London should Emefiele not be immediately removed as CBN governor while other chapters of the group have been contacted to take similar actions at the nation’s various diplomatic missions.


NDMG said the problems caused by are so grave that he should have been fired immediately while the President retroactively seek Senate’s backing but that the need to adhere to due process and the necessity of not spooking the economy were the only arguement against such approach.
A statement issued by the United Kingdom coordinator of the group, Engineer Adeka Oyinlo, noted that anyone with honour would have resigned as the apex banker without being prompted given the unprecedented free fall of the Naira under Emefiele’s watch.


This statement revealed that the distress of the Naira was worsened by steps that the CBN governor took to service the interests of his cronies in and out of government.
It argues that “We have seen Mr Emefiele converting the Central Bank into the personal bank of his business friends which he used to raise dollars for them to execute projects not just in Nigeria but also in other African countries without a thought for how this would affect the nation’s economy.


It reads: “The CBN has also largely abdicated his and the bank’s regulatory roles to the commercial banks under the Bankers’ Committee, which has consequently created a situation where a clique takes decisions to the detriment of 180 million Nigerians so long as their bottom line is met.
“This perhaps explains why Emefiele’s reactions to the troubled Naira has been nothing short of knee jerking that has seen series of policy summersaults that occurred within days in some instances. Not only have the responses been inconsistent they also appeared to be targeted at making life miserable for the populace while strengthening the hands of the forex cabal.


“Round tripping and false declaration of forex application have continued unabated while Emefiele looks the other way as his buddies on the Bankers’ Committee make killings on hourly basis. The CBN Governor’s only intervention is to further compound the problem by removing those who stand in the way of his friends’ profit.


“For the avoidance of doubt, Nigerians who have to seek medical treatment abroad are dying, not just because treatment has become more expensive in dollars-Naira terms but also because they now face impossibly long delays in getting forex to commence treatment. Too many youths have also been forced to abort their education abroad and consequently shatter their dreams.


“These nightmarish scenario must end, which is why we are asking President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately approach the Senate to get the necessary backing for Mr Godwin Emefiele’s removal as CBN Governor. Where Mr President does not immediately remove him we will mass at Nigeria’s High Commission in the United Kingdom and ensure that the place remains on lockdown.


“We have fortunately secured the understanding of our chapters in other countries to take similar steps to drive home the message. Those of us in the Diaspora now bear untold burden because of the hardship trailing Mr Emefiele’s poor handling of the Naira, which we have been able to establish as a deliberate act of sabotage,” the statement said.

Same way, we received a shocking email from unknown fraudsters who claimed to allegedly represent CBN governor deceiving vulnerable and innocent people with an *.3million cash in trunk boxes sent from: gov.godwinemefele252@yahoo.es dip.donaldosso@yahoo.it

The deceitful letter described as ‘419’ in Nigeria styled after Section 419 of Nigeria’s Criminal Code Act-Part VI which states that : “Any person who by any false pretence, and with intent to defraud, obtains from any other person anything capable of being stolen, or induces any other person to deliver to any person anything capable of being stolen, is guilty of a felony, and is liable to imprisonment for three years.”

The fraudster letter reads: “I am Mr. Godwin Emefiele from Central Bank of Nigeria, I have come to make so many things right from the way the corrupt government officials has made it to be. Payment of Inheritance fund, overdue payments and compensations without causing heart break to beneficiaries is my priority. Is my pleasure to inform you that your deliveryman has arrived with your cash trunk boxes value $8.3 million dollars being your inheritance /compensation payment? He is currently in Rogue Valley International – Medford Airport Canyonville Oregon, on transit.

I want you to know that you have 24 hours to email or call him now with this line (541)239-2434 or email: dip.donaldosso@yahoo.it ,then speak with the diplomatic deliveryman for directives, his name is Mr.Donald Osso. As he has been waiting to hear from you to enable him get to your home address without missing his way.

For your information, the deliveryman with your package is not aware of the content of the boxes for security purpose. Please do not tell him to avoid running away with your funds. On no account should you let him know about the content of the consignment for security reasons.

Most importantly you are advised to send your full data to him, which include your Full Name, Current Residential Address, Direct Cell Number, closest airport to you and A copy of any identity card to verify that you are the right receiver to avoid mistakes.

Note that you must call Mr.Donald Osso as soon as you receive this email for more discussion; direct line is (541)239-2434. Also reconfirm your full current address and valid phone number to the Delivery officer via his above email address once you receive this email to enable him deliver your cash consignment boxes to your house without any further delay. You are advised not to waste his time at the airport, so that he would not be stranded in any way because he will return if he finds out that you are not doing anything to get him over to your house.”

419 LETTER BELOW:

‘Fraudsters Impersonate Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele,

FROM THE EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR,

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA (CBN)

GOV.GODWIN EMEFELE.

E-mail: gov.godwinemefele252@yahoo.es

URGENT NOTICE,

ATTENTION: BENEFICIARY

I am Mr. Godwin Emefiele from Central Bank of Nigeria, I have come to make so many

things right from the way the corrupt government officials has made it to be.

Payment of Inheritance fund, overdue payments and compensations without causing

heart break to beneficiaries is my priority. Is my pleasure to inform you that your

deliveryman has arrived with your cash trunk boxes value $8.3 million dollars being

your inheritance /compensation payment? He is currently in Rogue Valley

International – Medford Airport Canyonville Oregon, on transit.

I want you to know that you have 24 hours to email or call him now with this line

(541)239-2434 or email: dip.donaldosso@yahoo.it ,then speak with the diplomatic

deliveryman for directives, his name is Mr.Donald Osso. As he has been waiting to

hear from you to enable him get to your home address without missing his way.

For your information, the deliveryman with your package is not aware of the content

of the boxes for security purpose. Please do not tell him to avoid running away with

your funds. On no account should you let him know about the content of the

consignment for security reasons.

Most importantly you are advised to send your full data to him, which include your

Full Name, Current Residential Address, Direct Cell Number, closest airport to you

and A copy of any identity card to verify that you are the right receiver to avoid

mistakes.

Note that you must call Mr.Donald Osso as soon as you receive this email for more

discussion; direct line is (541)239-2434. Also reconfirm your full current address

and valid phone number to the Delivery officer via his above email address once you

receive this email to enable him deliver your cash consignment boxes to your house

without any further delay.

You are advised not to waste his time at the airport, so that he would not be

stranded in any way because he will return if he finds out that you are not doing

anything to get him over to your house.

CONGRATULATIONS.

MR.GODWIN EMEFELE,

EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR,

CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA

E-mail: gov.godwinemefele252@yahoo.es

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