SMA News – Follow-upsHafez Meiad, governor of the Central Bank of Yemen, indicated that remaining in office is conditioned with depositing the revenues of Mareb Two Branches in the central headquarters in Aden. He asserted that he accepted his position as a governor of the Central Bank of Yemen to save the Yemeni economy and to prevent the collapse of the national currency as all indicators were with an approaching disaster.
Meiad said: “We accepted on condition that work will be done according to clarity and transparency and what we did was nothing but that. We demand Muslim Brotherhood who were annoyed of how we ran the economic battel to take the lead and we are ready to deliver them everything and to save their media campaigns that only aim to hinder the bank’s efforts and doubt all measures taken for the benefit of Yemeni economy. It is important to see for the benefit of 30 million Yemenis after all”.
Professor Musaed Al-Kutibi, professor of economy in Aden University, said that the meetings between Hafez Meiad, governor of the Central Bank of Yemen, and Governor of Mareb and head of Central Bank Branch there, failed as Mareb Acts arrogantly without any consideration for the legitimate government of the Arab Coalition.
In his post on face book, Al-Kutibi said: “Meiad asserted that remaining in his office is conditioned by the commitment of Mareb and Al-Mehra branches to deposit revenues in Aden headquarters. The ball now is at the coalition’s field, not Hady, as Hady has nothing to do while being annoyed by them too. Would the coalition be able to force Muslim Brotherhood in Mareb to obey Hady’s government and Central Bank Administration in Aden?
At the same context, media sources asserted that Sultan Al-Arada, governor of Mareb, agreed on depositing Mareb revenues in the Central Bank in Aden but General Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar, vice president of Yemen, disagreed and directed Al-Arada not to do so.
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