An attack by a member of Nigeria's interim government on reforms made by the country's central bank indicate that the institution may face increasing pressure to take a softer line on regulation.
Vanguard, a news agency, reported on Monday that General Aliyu Mohammed Gusau, a retired Nigerian army officer who is now National Security Adviser, had criticised Lamido Sanusi, the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, for implementing harsh reforms to the banking system that he alleged had worsene
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