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Ex-CBN chief Obadiah Mailafia is dead

The Peoples Gazette learnt from family sources that Obadiah Mailafia is a Nigerian economist who served as the deputy central bank governor.

Mr Mailafia, 64, died in the National Hospital in Abuja on Sunday morning. A physician at the leading public health facility in the Nation, The Gazette, certified him dead.

Mr Mailafia has trained and taught economics at various institutions in the Christian-dominated southern Kaduna of Randa.

He spent the latter part of his years advocating for a solution to the protracted killings in Southern Kaduna, which had been linked to armed herdsmen of Fulani origin.

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He became a frontline critic of President Muhammadu Buhari and security agencies as part of his advocacy and was recently invited by the State Security Service to explain some of his on-air comments about deliberate violence across the country.


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