CBN Reshuffles Staff, Relocates Key Departments to Lagos

In a strategic move aimed at enhancing staff safety, boosting productivity, and alleviating congestion at its headquarters, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is set to redeploy approximately 1,500 members of its staff to its Lagos office.

Yemi Cardoso, Governor Central Bank of Nigeria

Despite facing criticism, the plan, spearheaded by CBN Governor Yemi Cardoso, is proceeding as scheduled, with affected employees expected to resume their duties on Friday, February 2.

The decision to relocate key departments such as Banking Supervision, Other Financial Institutions Supervision, Consumer Protection Department, Payment System Management Department, and Financial Policy Regulations Department underscores the new management’s commitment to optimizing operational efficiency.

The move is seen as a strategic response to the evolving needs of the institution and the broader economic landscape.

While the decision has been met with scrutiny, CBN officials defend the move, emphasizing the paramount importance of staff safety and the potential for increased productivity in the long run.

This significant development marks a pivotal moment for CBN as it strives to adapt to changing dynamics and position itself for sustained success in the country’s economic hub.

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