Stella Dimoko Google Clarifies Reduction In The Conversion Rates Of Nigeria Currency


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Saturday, February 23, 2019

Google Clarifies Reduction In The Conversion Rates Of Nigeria Currency

Tech giant, Google has reacted to the reduction in the conversion rates of Nigeria’s currency.

It was reported that as at 8:15 pm Nigerian time, the dollar was N184 on the search engine.

But the Naira on Friday had gained N1 to close at N358 to the dollar at the parallel market in Lagos.

However, reacting, Google in a tweet on Friday night said it was aware of the inaccuracies and would correct it soon.

The tweet reads, “We’re aware of an issue causing inaccurate conversions for Nigerian Naira currency, so we will remove the conversion one box from appearing in search results until we are able to diagnose the issue.”


  1. Akuko na egwu. Damage control. @Blessed Princess

    1. Just a way to meddle in the election, Google is reminding Nigerians of what dollar was before Buhari just to make people vote against him. America strategically meddling in our election. Even if we are voting against a candidate, we still reserve our sovereignty.

  2. Those who started this deception to score APC high on an election eve may not make heaven if time is not taking.

    1. And you will also not make heaven for falsely building on such lies and making further false claims even though it was pointed to you that there was error.

  3. Poli-tricks
    The more you look, the blank the see.


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