President Muhammadu Buhari will on Wednesday, November 23, 2022 unveil the Naira notes redesigned by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele made the disclosure at a press briefing on decisions of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) on Tuesday.
The redesigned Naira notes to be unveiled by President Buhari are the N1,000, N500 and N200 denominations.
The CBN had said the redesigned Naira notes would be released by December 15, adding that the existing ones would cease to be regarded as legal tender by January 31, 2023.
The apex bank explained that counterfeiting and hoarding were the real reasons for redesigning and issuing the new naira notes.
Police Train 612 Officers To Combat Cultism, Kidnappings, Electoral Violence Across Six Geo-political Zones
Warri South LGA Chairman, Tidi Empowers 250 Small Scale Entrepreneurs
Oyetola Vs Adeleke: New Twist In Osun Guber Election Tribunal’s Judgement
EFCC Arrests 28 For Alleged Internet Fraud In Lafia
Wike: I’ll Hit PDP National Leadership Tuesday
Protesters Shut Down Benin City, Demand Reactivation Of State Petroleum Monitoring Taskforce
Schools Shut Down In Edo Over Protest
Public, Private Primary, Secondary Schools In Delta To Resume Monday For 2022/2023 Second Term
Anambra: Husband Allegedly Beats Wife To Death Over Loaf Of Bread
Delta State’s Debt Set to Hit N850Bn, As Okowa Seeks Fresh N120Bn Loan
Police Want Man Teaching Baby To Smoke In Viral Video
BEDC Appeals To Electricity Customers On Shortage Of Power Supply
BREAKING: Supreme Court Grants Jailed Federal Lawmaker, Senator Nwaoboshi Fresh Respite
Gunmen In Police Uniform Strike In Abraka, Abduct 5
Education22 hours ago
Federal Polytechnic Nekede Investigates Student Who Said She Graduated With The Help Of God And Her Private Organ
Politics21 hours ago
PDP Condemns Attack On President Buhari In Kano, Blames Tinubu, Ganduje
Politics24 hours ago
APC Exco Members In Ukwuani LGA Set To Dump Party
Crime23 hours ago
Police Arrest Suspects With Vandalised Rail Tracks In Lagos
Crime23 hours ago
Alleged N754.8M Fraud: Court Adjourns For Adoption Of Final Written Addresses In Ex-NIMASA D-G, Akpobolokemi’s No-case Submissions Till March 6