Ilelah had, in a statement recently, given President Buhari 14 days to sack Emefiele or face an action from his organisation. He alleged that the CBN governor had played a major role in the destruction of the Nigerian economy. Nigeria is currently battling with recession. But in a counter-statement made available to journalists, the AYLF, through its secretary, Barrister Usman Muhammad Ali, said Ilelah is on his own. According to Ali, the president of the organisation only stated his own opinion in the earlier statement as he did not carry any member along. He asked the public and President Buhari to discountenance the statement by Ilelah which was published on December 1. He said Ilelah’s statement necessitated a meeting of members of the organisation and that after a review of the situation, they agreed to make their stand known on the issue. The organisation said Ilelah’s statement lacks “the input nor the blessing of the majority of the executive members of Arewa Young Lawyers Forum. “Besides, the forum is at the point of consultation and collation of data on the same issue. Therefore it’s not time yet to jump into conclusions with indictment. “We are now busy with our investigation trying to establish with certainty the persons and institutions responsible for our economic woes. “To this end the forum has decided that the CBN Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele is not indicted neither is the Central Bank of Nigeria guilty as at now.”]]>