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Wednesday, November 23, 2022

Nigeria's Redesigned Naira Notes Unveiled...

 The Central Bank Of Nigeria has unveiled the new Naira notes which are actually the 10, 20 and 50 naira notes brought back....



Who are the faces on the 1000 note?




65 comments:

  1. The new 200 naira note looks like the current 500 naira note.

    Hope some people that are unable to deposit the old 500 note won't start doing some wicked things with it.

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    1. Same thing I thought. This country ehnn!

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  2. The first set are looking like something that was washed with bleach and edited with beauty plus πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣God abeg

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  3. I'm struggling not to laugh.
    As in really really struggling.🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
    What a SHAME.
    You want to redecorate, you can't even be innovative about it.
    Money that will soon be smelling ogiri ogiri when the cashier gives you from bank.
    Mtsheeeeeeeeeeeeew.

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    1. That's on us as a people. Or done also expect our "leaders" to tell us not to put money in the bra!?

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    2. 14:25 Educate yourself on bank procedures for sanitizing money before galloping here to confidently announce your ignorance.

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    3. 14:43,

      I'll acknowledge you, but ignore your lack of comprehension.

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  4. *The second set* Sorry, the bleach in the notes entered my eye😫😫😫

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  5. The faces on the #1,000 note are Alhaji Aliyu Mai-Bornu and Dr. Clement Isong. They are former governors of CBN.

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  6. Same faces that were there before(Dr Using and Alh Bornu).

    The changes are in the watermarks and colours.

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  7. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 na wetin dem use 'redesign' this? Children's Crayon, Canva abi Corel Draw? 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣
    E be like say na all those people for Upwork do this one abi ba Fiverr?
    You for add this to Wednesday laffs. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 I don laugh enter cough.
    I pity o'lokada wey go forget say 1000 no be 50 naira when e rush dey give change to passenger.
    Una never see anything.
    Unago C Shege

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  8. Wetin happen to 100 Naira note?

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    1. Toh, I wan ask too oo. Abi we no dey use 100 again or what?

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    2. We really don't listen do we?

      The changes announced are in the higher denominations because those are the notes that were being hoarded.

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    3. No need to redesign N100 note because people did not hoard it inside soakaway and coffins. Can N100 even buy anything again? I just tire for this country. I don't know why God did not answer my relocation prayers.

      Bianca Bruno

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    4. Bianca even me fa, I use to wonder. But anytime I'm on the way to the airport, I will ask, how will Nigeria cope without me? I will now turn back.
      If not what is there in japa that I cannot japa.

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£aswear u'r a clown

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  9. Congratulations
    Let the stacked money be distributed or get useless.

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    1. The paper will be recycled. It will not be "wasted"

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    1. I see most people have seen the not so funny tie and dye viral messages. Unfortunately, that is where most people get their gists, and run with it.

      No clarifications, no reasoning, nothing.

      Redesigning by even the slightest shade is for a purpose. They needed those that had stacked billions to push them out.

      They are trying to drive inflation down.

      And they needed it to happen before the elections.

      I'm worried for, and about us.

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    2. Thank you 14:34. It just seems like Nigerians can’t be done right. We are so used to harsh conditions that even when it is made easy, we will grumble and make caricature of it. The saddest part is, people who have little or no knowledge on the situation starts the public propaganda and the public rubs with it. Including the intelligent and smart ones amongst us.

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    3. 15:15,

      I'm exhausted.

      Someone in the comments section spewed something about the currencies Snelling in no time, I responded, and someone that's clearly still wet in banking typed a reply to that.

      I didn't have the energy to give a detailed analysis.

      Hopefully, one day, we will look at issues analytically.

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    4. So you that is dry in banking @15:56 what is the intelligent analysis you have propounded? Instead of focusing on the comments of people you and your fellow 'intelligent' lot think are intellectually inferior, how about you join in the conversation with your riveting takes and intelligent spell binding analysis?

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  11. Abeg, who do us this kind thing?

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  12. They should have just left it as it was. This is so ugly. Emefiele sef ehn! πŸ™„πŸ€¦‍♀️

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  13. So are they going to shred the old naira notes or what will CBN do with them?

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    1. Yes. Huge waste of money.
      There was a country.


      Bianca Bruno

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    2. You know you can actually read up on what happens old currency when new designs have been pushed out.
      Yes, amazing isn't it?

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    3. Lol someone corrected Bianca up there πŸ‘† and she still came down here to post the same wrong information πŸ˜„. Bianca please nau, google is your friend.

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    4. 15:16 🀣🀣🀣

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    5. 15:16,

      Thank you for that subtle dig. Hopefully, they'll get it.

      I truly am tired of how some of us refuse to be informed@Bianca&co.

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    6. I hate this new naira note with passion it so confusing jor πŸ˜”πŸ˜ž well they are the boss whatever dey say is final las las we all gonna be silent 🀐🀐. Guys anywhere Belle face nai be front... We move! If they like let them change five naira to 1000 naira we still mewov!

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  14. So these people cannot be innovative at all? They should just told us they want to add some Snapchat features to the naira.

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  15. The notes were not redesigned but recoloured. They didn't even try to be creative. Very brainless and cluless people. No wonder the economy is the way it is.

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  16. I hope this will solve some of the economy's problems.

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  17. Pls what's this😏😏

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  18. My own be say make i no go mistakenly give one money for another, this one they are doing copy copy.

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  19. What about the 10 naira notes and the rest? Won't they be in use anymore? hmm
    They could have called me to suggest colors like pink, yellow and purple.
    Change in the mud.

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    1. 14:39,

      Stop this please. The Higher currencies were changed for a reason. You can use all your other notes as normal.

      Phew!

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    2. The 10 naira notes are coming. Wait small.

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  20. The colours look somehow sha😡😡
    My parents say it's lovely but I'm on the opposite kuz it looks uglyπŸ˜”
    They don't wanna take sides with me on this one... It is well!

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  21. Wheres the new notes???😏😏

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  22. I pray the aim of the redesign is achieved so that our economy will improve. πŸ™
    It is well.

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  23. Stella, where are the new naira notes they designed? Even me that I am a learning graphic design, if I use corelDraw design new naira notes, Nigerians go throway salute...

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  24. We hope it will have a positive change on the economy.

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  25. Very poor. The colour is the difference, the difference is the colour.

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  26. but where is #100 naira?

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  27. You people did not have understanding of giving we citizens what we want in return πŸ‘Œ

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  28. I pray that God will help this country called Nigeria AmenπŸ™πŸΎ

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  29. Abeg why Arab writing dey our money

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