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Wednesday, March 08, 2023

CBN Affirms That Old And New Naira Notes Are Both Legal Tender In Nigeria

The Central Bank of Nigeria via , Dr Isa Abdulmumin, the Acting Director of Corporate Communications has said that both old and new notes are now legal tender.


He said, “Banks are paying old notes as well as new notes. They are all legal tender.
Yes, the CBN has not issued an official statement on the issue. Anyone banks give to you, you can collect. We just want to make life easy for Nigerians.”

Last week, the Supreme Court gave its verdict on Naira redesign, directing the federal government to allow the validity of N200, N500 and N1000 notes till 31 December.

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27 comments:

  1. Confused bunch
    Many lost their because of naira scarcity and now this? Mtcheew

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    1. Collect old notes at your own risk, they have debunked the rumors

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    2. I still will not touch until I hear or read from the 2 people that imposed it. Even some banks are smart enough not to give it out. That should tell us that the person behind this is no other than ……..

      BTW, it seems Nigeria has 2 Presidents now 🤣🤣🤣😂😂

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  2. After frustrating Nigerians for two months,

    Hmmmm!!

    If I hear making life easy for Nigerians..

    God is watching 👀

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  3. This is so so terrible!
    After all the hardship they made people go through just to collect their money inside the bank...

    So many businesses suffered loss
    So many businesses were on a standstill.

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  4. God in heaven you are watching this , I know it’s going to be greater someday. Shame don Dey catch me this days as a full Nigerian.

    Mummy Anthony-Clever

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  5. No official statement yet o. What a state of confusion!

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  6. Chai! After all the wahala that we've been through. It is well.

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  7. Mtcheeeew....confused set of people

    Remembering some lost their lives to this fruitless course is heartbreaking 💔

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  8. Just imagine the guts of these people!
    After shutting down businesses for 2 months. After making millions of citizens lose their earnings because of frivolous bank and POS charges.
    People even lost their lives over this nonsense policy!
    Yet the Government can't even bother to apologize to Nigerians. No pretence of remorse, no form of empathy. Nothing at all!

    How can a Government can treat it's own citizens with this level of impunity. What in the world did we do to deserve these leaders?

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  9. Chai! Why are they suffering us like this?

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  10. Just imagine. And most people gave or spent their uselessly just not to be with the old notes. What did we do to deserve all these wickedness 🤦. It is well with us masses.

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  11. Someone should tell CBN and Buhari to release official statements. This verbal approval could be denied tomorrow. They will now say the CBN Communication Director only gave personal view.

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  12. The war you people are seeking to happen in Nigeria, God will not permit it. You just continue with this nonsense attitude. God will surely judge.

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  13. Who is Isa? PMB or emiefele needs to put out an official statement.

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    1. They don't consider Nigerians worthy to deliver a statement. They have sent their boy to do it.

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  14. Who is the CBN governor not making an official statement about this? What sort of political war is this?

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  15. so by January 2024 we all will start the same stress again?

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  16. Chika(hello iya boys)8 March 2023 at 10:44

    The CBN Governor should issue his own statement.. No one is collecting old Note in Anthony...except 200 naira

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  17. Vote out Apc across the country on Saturday! We are almost at the end of the road.

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  18. My company banks with access bank,our manager called them to ask if we should start collecting the old note from customers and access bank told him they access bank have started issuing it out to customers but cant receive ii from customers,so that means if we collect from customers and want to deposit we have to go to that CBN portal and fill out the form to deposit old notes

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  19. After enough suffering and frustration.

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  20. Confused lot.

    Supreme Court sef shd go and hide its head in shame as ppl no dey send am again, with it's 'abracadabra' pronouncements. Imagine giving ruling and ppl are still asking questions. That's what comes from giving stupid judgments that even a two year old would discredit.

    As for the naira crunch, the govt shd just tell the ppl that it has no money to print notes. As far as I see it, that was why they mopped up the ones in circulation and most likely gave them to politicians for the elections. Now most of the money is generally hoarded away and they can't introduce new notes.

    Useless Banana Republic.

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