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University don urges Buhari, Emefiele to obey Supreme Court order on Naira notes

President Muhammadu Buhari and the Central Bank governor, Dr. Godwin Emefiele, have been called upon to obey the Supreme Court ruling on the use of the new and old naira notes .

 This was made known by a don,Professor Obiekwe Nwanolue MON, while exchanging views with news men in Onitsha, recently. According to him, that the CBN should direct commercial banks to make cash available for the masses especially now that hardship is the order of the day, calling on the CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele to resign, as since his administration, banking industry in Nigeria, is not moving forward and this, in no small measure, is deeply affecting the nation’s economy, of which the innocent masses are bearing the brunt. 

Professor Nwanolue, who is a professor of political science at Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, called on President Mohammadu Buhari led Federal Government, to alleviate hardship and poverty in Nigeria.

This erudite scholar called on the INEC to cancel the Presidential and National Assembly elections of 25th of February, 2023,which was characterised by unprecedented fraud, insincerity and lack of transparency, as a result of the INEC’s gross incompetence, untrustworthiness and proven dishonesty.

 Prof Nwanolue therefore called on the INEC Chairman, Prof Mahmood Yakubu to step aside and should not conduct the forthcoming Governorship and State Assembly elections, to avoid colossal repeat of flat disappointments of Nigerians in their efforts of voting their popular candidates, come March 11th, 2023. 

He therefore urged INEC to restore the confidence and integrity people had in them before now, as the recently held corruption soaked Presidential and National Assembly elections, showed high level of unpreparedness, disorganisation and fraudulent nature of the commission, believing that the March 11th Governorship and the State Assembly elections, would be a distinction with a difference, by reflecting the will and wishes of the electorates.

On the issue of scarcity and high cost of petrol in the country, Professor Obiekwe Nwanloue frowned at that and called on the Federal Government to remedy this ugly situation as urgently as possible and reinstate to absolute functionality, all the existing oil refineries in Nigerian, adding that it was very unfortunate that the so called giant of Africa imports petrol from other countries, despite the fact that Nigeria is endowed by God with enormous natural resources but mismanagement has been the order of the day.

On the Privatisation of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company (NNPC) and the epileptic power supply in the country, the erudite scholar posited that the privatisation of NNPC and NEPA, was very wrong and not in the  interest of the Nigerian masses. To this end, Federal Government is hereby called upon to reverse the said privatisation in order to alliviate the hardship experienced by the masses, arising from the said privatisation. He further maintained that the NNPC and NEPA are very vital to provide essential services to public, at low cost and therefore should be under the control and management of government in the interests of the poor masses.

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