FORMER Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, Professor Chukwuma Soludo, has accepted the request of the authorities of University of Nigeria, UNN, Nsukka to deliver a lecture on the ongoing political reforms by the Federal Government.

Soludo was invited by the authorities of UNN to deliver the lecture titled, Who Will Reform Politics in Nigeria?

The lecture, which is the first of its kind in the history of the UNN, is being organised by the Faculty of Social Sciences in honour of all its alumni members of which the former CBN governor is one.

A statement by Soludo’ Media Assistant Bonaventure Melah said the former CBN boss who was also the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the February 6 election in Anambra State has accepted to speak at the occasion and would be in the country this week.

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