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Nigeria

Charles Chukwuma Soludo

Date of Birth: 28 July 1960


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Why the Vatican vote counts

Former central bank governor Charles Soludo who has the APGA ticket has picked as running mate an aide to incumbent governor Willie Obiano who is also a brother to the influential Anglican archbishop of Awka the state capital (AC Vol 50 No 7 Homemade toxic assets)...


Fighting for the fiscus

Some fear IPOB could disrupt state elections in Anambra due in November where former central bank governor Charles Soludo is standing for the governorship...


Command economics on trial

Its members are: Chairman: Doyin Salami a member of the CBN's monetary committee and visiting professor at Lagos Business School with strong ideas on accelerating growth Deputy Chairman: Mohammed Sagagi a veteran economic advisor and research leader Ode Ojowu a former top advisor to the government Iyabo Masha formerly an IMF Representative in Sierra Leone Chukwuma Soludo governor of the CBN under President Olusegun Obasanjo Bismarck Rewane Managing Director of Financial Derivatives in Lagos and advocate of an economic kick start through infrastructure concessioning deals Shehu Yahaya chairman of the Development Bank of Nigeria former executive director of the African Development Bank Mohammed Adaya Salisu advisor to the President on Development and EAC Secretary...


The elite scrambles for cover

Other contenders are the Governor Peter Obi (All Progressives’ Grand Alliance) Chris Ngige (Action Congress) and favourite to win former CBN Governor Charles Soludo (PDP)...


After the boom, a purge

We hear they had both sent emissaries to Yar'Adua arguing that then incumbent Governor Chukwuma Soludo would be best placed to oversee the financial system...


Half-time for Yar'Adua

Lamido Sanusi his choice of Central Bank Governor to replace Charles Chukwuma Soludo an Obasanjo appointee is the latest...


The bust and after

Central Bank Governor Charles Soludo blamed for sliding standards during the boom years now insists that banks respect new fixed rates for deposits and lending with a maximum of 15% and 22% respectively...


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