Mixed reactions on Thursday trailed the suspension of the
Some financial experts, who spoke in
The President suspended the CBN governor on
A former director in CBN and an Economist, Mr Titus Okunronmu said that Sanusi's pronouncements of recent might have been responsible for his suspension.
Okunronmu said that Sanusi should have resigned a long time ago instead of denting his image by the suspension.
He said that the next CBN governor should be a core professional with multi-disciplinary experiences.
Adeleke said that Sanusi's tenure as CBN governor should be investigated by the
He said the appointment was rational because she was the most senior officer in the bank.
He urged Nigerians not to see the development as a gender issue.
According to him, she is not there because she is a woman but as the most senior deputy governor in the bank.
Mr Victor Ogiemwonyin, an economist and Managing Director of
He said that the acting governor was a team player.
He hoped that Alade would continue with the transformation agenda of CBN, which would lead to stability of the money and capital market.
Ogiemwonyi added that the next CBN governor should have a strong understanding of the nation's economy.
Alade attended the
She also obtained an
She joined the CBN in 1993 as an Assistant Director in the
She also led the Federal Government Finance Office from 1996 to2000 and Fiscal Analysis Division from 2000 to 2004.
Alade was appointed Director,
In that capacity, she served as Chairman Board of Directors, Nigeria Interbank Settlement System (NIBSS) as well as Secretary, National Payments System Committee (NPSC).
In his reaction a member of the House of Representatives
He said that the CBN was a Public institution and that the governor could not operate outside the laws and rules governing the public service.
Igbokwe said that since
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