Euphe­meia God­spower-Akpomiemie,

38, Fi­nance Re­searcher

Weekly Trust - - Voxpop -

Hav­ing read the pro­file of Aisha Ah­mad, re­gard­less of any ul­te­rior mo­tive, I think she might be ca­pa­ble of han­dling the fi­nan­cial space she is as­signed to with her 20 years of prac­ti­cal and sig­nif­i­cant bank­ing sec­tor ex­pe­ri­ence, along­side hold­ing master’s de­gree in Fi­nance and Man­age­ment from a pres­ti­gious univer­sity. If she wants to save Nige­ria from more fi­nan­cial and eco­nomic re­ces­sion I be­lieve she will. I am so over­whelmed with dis­ap­point­ment when I read peo­ple’s com­ments con­cern­ing her age, where some say she is too young to get in­volved in CBN mat­ters. My ques­tion to such peo­ple is “when will you grow up?.” To­day Nige­ri­ans are cry­ing for young lead­ers, to­mor­row we are com­plain­ing that young minds are be­ing ap­pointed. It’s high time we al­low Nige­ria to be han­dled by young minds who are qual­i­fied with re­quired ex­pe­ri­ence.

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