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Cash withdrawal limits: Northern youths raises alarm, says vote buyers plotting to discredit President Buhari



L-R Central Bank of Nigeria governor, Godwin Emefiele and President Muhammadu Buhari
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Northern and Middle Belt youth leaders have endorsed the policy of the
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on the new cash withdrawal limits for banks and
financial institutions.

In endorsing the policy, they expressed the conviction that it will help the
nation to achieve credible election, economic growth and aid the anti-corruption fight. adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The Northern youth leaders who gathered in Abuja under the auspices of Arewa
Consultative Youth Movement and Middle Belt Youth Forum were led by the
Co-Convener, Comrade Meliga Justin.

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Meliga signed the communiqué released to journalists after the meeting.

The communiqué read, “We are glad to inform Nigerians and friends of the
nation that Arewa and Middle Belt youths have endorsed this new well thought-out
policy of the CBN.

“We have no doubt that the new policy will help the nation achieve credible
election and economic growth as well as aid the fight against corruption.

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“In endorsing this policy, we are mindful of the fact that politicians
who specialise in vote buying are mobilising and plotting day and night
to discredit President Muhammadu Buhari and the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele,
over the policy.

“But Northern and Middle Belt Youths are hailing Buhari and Emefiele because we
know and believe that the policy was formulated in public interest.

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“In the long run, it is clear that this policy will fight vote buying and money
laundering and expectedly, the corrupt ones among us will not like t to succeed.

“We therefore call on Nigerians to be wary of those who are bent at ensuring
that they stop the policy for their selfish interest.

“As youths, we are watching. We will not hesitate to name and shame
those who have resolved to stop the policy by all means.”-

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