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Naira Saga: CBN orders use of old notes

Naira Saga: CBN orders use of old notes

Prof. Charles Soludo, the governor of Anambra State on Monday revealed that the Central Bank of Nigeria has instructed commercial banks to accept and issue old naira notes as deposits.

Soludo, a former CBN governor, reportedly announced this in a statement he put on his social media accounts.

He clarified that the instruction was given at a Banker’s Committee meeting on Sunday by CBN Governor Godwin Emefiele.

He added that Emefiele personally confirmed the directive to him.

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According to him, residents should report banks refusing to accept the old notes.

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“Commercial banks have been directed by the Central Bank to dispense old currency notes and also to receive the same deposits from customers. Tellers at commercial banks are to generate the codes for deposits, and there is no limit to the number of times an individual or company can make deposits.

“The Governor of the CBN gave the directive at a Bankers’ Committee meeting held on Sunday, 12th March 2023. The Governor, Dr Godwin Emefiele, personally confirmed the above to me during a phone conversation on Sunday night. Residents of Anambra are therefore advised to freely accept and transact their businesses with the old currency notes (N200, N500; and N1,000) and the new notes”, the statement contained.

Naira Saga: CBN orders use of old notes

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