Labarai

Gwamnoni sun kafa kwamitin da zai yi aiki da CBN kan sabbin takardun kudi na Naira

Spread the love

Kungiyar Gwamnonin Najeriya (NGF) ta kafa wani kwamiti mai mutane shida da zai hada babban bankin Najeriya (CBN) don magance matsalolin da suka addabi harkar hada-hadar kudi da hada-hadar kudi.

Kungiyar ta bayyana hakan ne a cikin wata sanarwa da ta fitar a ranar Asabar a karshen taronta na sirri da ta yi da Gwamnan Babban Bankin CBN, Godwin Emefiele, a daren ranar Alhamis.

Kwamitin kamar yadda sanarwar mai dauke da sa hannun shugaban kungiyar NGF, Gwamna Aminu Tambuwal na Sakkwato, na karkashin jagorancin gwamnan jihar Anambra, Charles Soludo, tare da gwamnonin jihohin Akwa Ibom, Ogun, Borno, Plateau da Jigawa a matsayin mambobi.

Gwamnonin sun ce duk da cewa ba su adawa da manufofin sake fasalin kudin Naira, amma ya kamata babban bankin ya yi la’akari da irin abubuwan da suka shafi gidaje da jihohi musamman abin da ya shafi hada-hadar kudi da wuraren da ba a yi musu hidima ba.

“Mu ‘ya’yan kungiyar ta NGF, mun samu karin bayani daga Gwamnan Babban Bankin CBN, Emefiele, kan sake fasalin kudin Naira, ta fuskar tattalin arziki da tsaro ciki har da sabuwar manufar cire kudi.

“Gwamnoni ba sa adawa da manufofin sake fasalin Naira.

“Duk da haka, mun lura cewa akwai manyan kalubale da ke damun al’ummar Najeriya.

“A halin da ake ciki, gwamnonin sun bayyana bukatar CBN ta yi la’akari da abubuwan da suka shafi jihohi musamman yadda suka shafi hada-hadar kudi da wuraren da ba a yi musu hidima ba,” in ji gwamnonin.

Gwamnonin sun kuduri aniyar yin aiki kafada da kafada da babban bankin kasar CBN domin inganta fannonin da ke bukatar bambancin siyasa, musamman ma gidaje marasa galihu, marasa galihu da wasu da dama da aka ware.

Gwamnonin sun kuma kuduri aniyar yin hadin gwiwa da CBN da Hukumar Leken Asiri ta Kasa (NFIU) wajen cimma manufofin da ke cikin dokokin.

Duk da haka, sun kiyaye cewa shawarwarin kwanan nan da jagororin da NFIU ta yi game da ma’amalar kuɗi sun kasance a waje da izinin doka da umarni na NFIU.

(NAN)

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button