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Friday, September 30, 2016

Naira Is On A Free Fall...

OHMYGOD!!!


40 comments:

  1. hmmm...pounds is just not repentant

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    1. Hope bubu is on a free fall too o!!!!!

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  2. Jesu okoijo, we don enter one chance




    *Larry was here*

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  3. Kwakwakwakwakwa Naira is on a free fall to hell. Sai baba!!! But wait what is ajala doing about this sef. We will survive by fire by force. And to think that kemi said the recession will soon be over makes me just want to roll on the floor with laughter. Brace up people this shit is about to get real. Don't spend extravagantly.
    No more shawarma for me till further notice.



    *hangs leg on the cupboard*

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    1. I dey vex for Naija ladies30 September 2016 at 16:29

      No be only sharwama. Like you can afford to use your 1k to feed on such. Awoof woof!

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  4. Just negodu. I can only smh right now.

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  5. And the fools on the top says we are coming out of recession soon!...
    Hmmmm...

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  6. This is serious bad news. God pls now more than ever we need u.

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  7. hahahaha i no get dollars or pounds to change. make i continue to laugh. It will enter n600

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  8. Na so we see it o. The worst is that some people are suffering and praising the leaders.

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  9. Where are all the people that voted Buhari into power? I hope they are happy with themselves

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  10. Sai APC Sai buhari

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  11. JONA we are sorry. Chai see Wetin we don enter. God help us please

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  12. But these bdc sellers are greedy
    I thought banks give them dollars now
    So why is there still so much gap or have banks stop giving them?

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    1. Yes dear. The cbn doesn't give them anymore

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  13. Bye 👋 👋 👋 aliexpress. Till further notice

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  14. Lol.RIP to the naira. Somebody shout "SAI BABA"!!!!!!
    Kikikikikikikiikiiii....

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  15. These fools are not doing anything. The staff of CBN also own bureau d change. The higher the rate, the better for them. Is Buhari still the president , Nigeria is gradually turning to Zimbabwe. Jeez.

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  16. Hmmmm it is well!

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  17. We changed 6oo something yesterday at Amazon Hausa

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    1. Queen Amy,who is this guy jigi na oru?...
      Hope you will invite us sha....

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  18. Here's hoping the saying,

    "When you hit rock bottom, you have nowhere to go but up"

    refers to our Naira/Economy, I hope this currency value is our rock bottom!

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  19. *smiles*
    And that's how my monthly *Pataki* when converted runs into digits. Hahaha
    I think I'm beginning to like Pres Buhari policies.
    God forgive me but hey since there's no increment, Nigerian forces effected the increase.

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  20. Osibanjo said that you Nigerians will experience positive change by 2018(for his mind, against election 2019. As a smart politician that is nau)

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  21. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    I was expecting to see one thousand though....
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  22. Omo see recession. I just pity those schooling in Europe. God have mercy.
    Decambi

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  23. It should go up higher o, I have dollars and euros to change. Small small money I wish say na big money I for don hammer

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