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After the recent sacking of 200 other employees of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) after receiving their terminal benefits in full, the apex bank has relieved another sixteen directors heading different units of their duties.

According to Premium Times, the disengagement comes in the wake of the implementation of some of the recommendations by Jim Obaze, the special investigator probing the activities of the apex bank under the stewardship of Godwin Emefiele, the embattled ex-governor of the apex bank.

It would be recalled that 200 other employees of the bank were similarly dismissed but received their terminal benefits in full, according to an insider who asked not to be named because of the sensitive nature of the matter.

According to a source, the personnel were not accused of wrongdoing but were simply informed that their services were no longer needed.

The source revealed that the directors were sacked following the implementation of the CBN special investigator’s report, which accused a number of the bank’s staff of conniving with Mr Emefiele to allegedly loot the bank.

See the sixteen affected directors below

_Muhammed Rakiya Shuaibu Information technology

_Aisha Isa-Olatinwo Branch operations/FSS2020

_Mustafa Haruna Bala Financial policy & regulation

_Mahmud Hassan Trade & exchange

_Nwaegberue Chibuike Other financial institutions

_Nnaji Ozoemena Statistics

_Efobi Chibuzo Anthony Payments system management

_Habib Amina Human resources

_Yusuf Phillip Yila Development finance/FSS2020

_Eze Paulinus Chinyere Financial system strategy/FSS2020

_Elizabeth Amos Kwaghe Currency operations/FSS2020

_Chukwurah Maureen Omolola Medical services/FSS2020

_Samuel Chukwuyem Okojere Banking services/FSS2020

_Stanley Arinze A. Procurement and support services/FSS2020

_Omayuku Joseph Gbubemi Governor’s department/FSS2020


_Asiegbu Nkiru Eunice Special duties/FSS2020

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