The Governor of the Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, on Saturday stated that Nigeria can’t afford to function a floated trade fee system despite recommendation from the World Bank and different world monetary institutions.

The CBN Governor disclosed this whereas talking at the IMF/World Financial institution Spring Conferences in Washington DC, United States.

Emefiele had acknowledged this while reacting to the decision by the World Bank Group President, David Malpass calling on Nigeria to stay to a single trade fee policy.

Based on the CBN Governor, different nations are confronted with numerous financial issues and would deal with them differently.

He stated,

 “Each the IMF and World Bank are our prime improvement banks, and now we have acquired help from them at different instances in resolving a few of our financial challenges, significantly bordering on finance.

“Nigeria’s state of affairs may be very peculiar and that is why we’ve continued to interact the IMF and World Bank to point out understanding of our native problems.

“Sure, they need us to freely float the trade fee and you do know that this can have some influence on the trade rate itself within the sense that while you allow that to occur, you should have some uncontrollable spiral in the nation’s trade fee.”

Emefiele in his assertion revealed why there’s excessive demand for foreign exchange on certain items which gulped up a big fraction of Nigeria’s international exchange.

He mentioned this informed the Federal Government’s decision to suspend foreign exchange entry for the importation of rice, wheat, and other consumables.

He additional acknowledged,

 “We’re doing all the things attainable to restructure the bottom of the financial system by a few of the insurance policies that we’ve put in place to deepen the manufacturing of products in Nigeria.”