The Nigerian currency is legal tender used for purchase of good and services in Nigerian both the Nigerian coins and Notes ranging from the #1000 notes, #500, #200, #100, #50, #20, #10, and the #5 naira notes COINS 50kobo #1, and the #2. The central bank controls the volume of inflow in the the economy to ensure monetary and price stability. However Nigerian have decline the use of the lower currency especially the coins.
The Nigerian coins is however only seen in places like the big shopping malls Nigerian. A young Man named Trinity Eshiet has tooken to Facebook social media to express his displeasure on why the Nigerian coins is not generally accepted all over the country but yet recieves the coins as a means of transaction and have shown pictures of a bag full the Nigerian coins and have described how he intend to spend it.
Below is his tweet on Facebook
“I FEEL LIKE I HAVE FINALLY MADE IT IN LIFE..
Have been saving d 1niara from shop n save to shop rite…. Now its time to pay them back.. Won’t just talk, will carry my small bag, buy things worth 5k… N boooom cashier is time to count… Lol… Over 5thousand piece of coin… Its gonna be fun… D will have to call d manager.. I will chop belle full DAT day.. Ready for any1 n anything”.
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