The euphoria of the Democracy Day celebration has washed off and Nigerians are shifting attention to the issues before them.

Five Days After, Emefiele Still In DSS Net
DSS vs Emefiele

One of such intriguing stories is that of the fall of the suspended Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele.


He has experienced the good and the bad side of his office, the ugly is coming with a blindfolded eyes and no one knows what it will offer.

Mr Emefiele was taken by the Department of State Services after his suspension became public.


In a frail manner he walked into the DSS net five days ago, and since then, Nigerians have been anxiously waiting for updates on the investigation being conducted into the allegations preferred against him.

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As of now, the activities of the security agency is shrouded in secrecy.

Maybe they are trying to build a water tight case against the suspended CBN governor.

For them, the suspension of the CBN governor by President Tinubu, was just like an answer to a prayer.

Swinging into action, the DSS arrested Emefiele, who had hitherto been a person of interest to the security agency.


The DSS, had last year tried to secure a warrant of arrest against Emefiele from a Federal High Court in Abuja, which was denied on the grounds of insufficient evidence.

Emefiele while been a government official, participated in partisan politics by contesting during the presidential primaries of the All Progressives Congress.


Read Also: See How Emefiele Walked Into DSS Net In Tinubu’s Early Days

With several allegations preferred against the erstwhile governor which include financing terrorism, fraudulent activities, economic crimes of national security dimension among others.

There are however, no signs that Emefiele would be released anytime.

Many Nigerians like this woman will not forget in a hurry how cashless policy introduced by the CBN made her see her begging side.


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