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As Godwin Emefiele, governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), prepares for the herculean tasks at the helm of the apex bank for a second five-year term, Nigerians expect him to focus on policies that will drive lasting growth across various sectors of the economy.

Governor, Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele will address the third biennial bank customers summit organised by the Bank Customers Association Nigeria (BCAN). Themed: "Rights and Obligations of bank customers”, the summit will hold on August 30, 2018 at the Lagos Airport Hotel.

Prominent indigenes of Delta State have hailed Mr. Godwin Emefiele for his impressive. minds in the nation’s banking sector to head the apex bank and participate in the transformation of the.

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President Muhammadu Buhari has nominated Godwin Emefiele for a second term as governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Emefiele was first appointed in 2014 by former president Goodluck Jonathan and was retained when Buhari came to office in 2015. – After a successful exhibition of world-class products at the 5th Plastic Print Pack Trade Show 2019 at Landmark, Lagos, recently, Sarsoli is set for this year’s edition of the global show tagged k Fair 2019. Sarsoli Industries, which started in 2011, is the first plastic master-batch manufacturing company in Nigeria based in Lagos.

We will set up ventures like this across local government councils. Obaseki added, “We intend to adopt a strategy which will encourage private sector investors in agribusiness in the state and.

Related: Senate confirms Emefiele for second term as Nigeria’s Central Bank governor "In my second term in office, part of my pledge is to work to the best of my abilities in fulfilling these objectives," he adds. Emefiele was first appointed by former President Goodluck Jonathan in 2014 and was retained after Buhari assumed office in 2015.

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