The anti-graft agency claimed it had intelligence that some Nigerians were stockpiling foreign currency.
“If you are running a company and your sales revenue cannot pay interest, you know you’re bankrupt,” said Mr Sanusi.
Godwin Emefiele and other wheeler-dealers could squeeze more for Nigerians by advertising the bank rather than a secret sale that would benefit only those conducting the backroom talks.
The Naira within the week depreciated to an all-time low of N730 to a U.S dollar at the parallel market.
The naira had earlier traded for N620 against the dollar on Monday, then N630 on Wednesday, and N645 on Thursday, before doing N658 today.
Under the governorship of Godwin Emefiele, the Central Bank of Nigeria has failed to mitigate the national currency’s free fall.
The financial regulator urged the federal government to take on urgent measures to cope with debt burden.
Listings on the platform showed the naira which exchanged for N620 as at Monday, now trades at N630 against the dollar on Wednesday afternoon.
OPEC said the figure showed an increase of 5,000 barrels per day when compared to the 1.233 million bpd produced averagely in the month of May 2022.