CBN Governor Receives Award for Banking, National Development
The governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele has just bagged a lifetime award for Banking, Finance and National Development from the Institute for Service Excellence and Good Governance (ISEGG).
He was conferred with the award on Thursday December 8 in the nations capital Abuja, at the first Annual lecture, Awards and Induction ceremony of the Institute for Service Excellence and good Governance (ISEGG).
The CBN governor was represented at the event by Mr. Emmanuel Ukeje, his Special Adviser on Financial Markets, who picked the award on his behalf and released a statement on the governor’s behalf stating that the CBN as an Institution is committed to the ideals of excellence in service delivery.
The award by the body is in recognition of the sacrifice undertaken by the CBN in the last two years in efforts to move the nation’s economy forward.
Dr. Shamsudeen Usman who was the father of the day and a former Deputy Governor of the CBN and Former Minster of National Planning, in his remarks stated that he was enthused by the fact that the institute was being run by younger people who believe that things could be done differently as well as rolling out youth oriented services.
Dr. Joe Abah, the Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reform, gave the keynote address at the event.