Tarihin Aliyu Mai-Bornu, Mutumin dake kan Naira Dubu Daya
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Gwamnan Farko a Bankin Nigeria
Central Bank of Nigeria
Malam Aliyu Mai-Bornu wanda aka haifa (1919-1970) a Yola Dan kabilar Kanuri ne, Mahaifinsa dan jihar Borno ne.
Bayan kammala karatun sakandare, ya sami tallafin karatu na gwamnati don yin balaguro zuwa kasar waje Yin karatun tattalin arziki a Jami’ar Bristol da ke Birtaniya (England) ya kammala a 1957.
A ranar 25 ga Yuli, 1963, aka nada Mai-Bornu a matsayin Gwamnan asalin Babban Bankin Najeriya wato CBN (1963–1967) wanda ya gaji Josh Jomesky, Hoton sa ya ƙawata takardar naira 1000 a nijeriya.
FIRST GOVERNOR OF THE CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA
Mallam Aliyu Mai-Bornu (1919-1970) was a Kanuri tribe born in Yola, present day, Adamawa State. His father was from Borno state.
After his secondary education, he earned a government scholarship to travel abroad. He studied Economics at Bristol University in the United Kingdom graduating in 1957.
On July 25, 1963, Mai-Bornu was appointed the first indigenous Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (1963–1967) succeeding Josh Jomesky, His portrait adorns the 1000 naira note.
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