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Author Topic: Abuse Nigeria Currency & Go To Jail - CBN Warns  (Read 1635 times)
December 09, 2017, 03:11:09 AM

Offline Mhiz Ifeoluwa

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The Central Bank of Nigeria on Friday warned Nigerians against abusing the naira notes.

The apex bank said that anyone caught abusing the naira would be prosecuted and if convicted the person risked six months in jail fine of N50, 000.

An official of the Currency Operation Department of the CBN in Abuja, Mr. Samuel Shuaibu, disclosed this in Calabar, Cross River State, during the commencement of a CBN Fair to sensitise campaign for residents in the state on the appropriate use of the naira.

The fair had the theme: Promoting Financial Stability and Economic Development.

Shuaibu said that the abuse of the naira was not in line with the CBNs policy, adding that offenders would henceforth be arrested and prosecuted.



According to him, the awareness programme was aimed at sensitising the public on the need to accord respect to naira, online transfer system, how to identify fake currency notes, how to approach the CBN for complaints amongst others.

He lamented the fact that Nigerians accord more respects to the American Dollar more than the naira, saying that Nigerians ought to appreciate and value the naira because it serves as a symbol of national identity.

Shuaibu said,

The naira has suffered abuse from a majority of Nigerians. Today, we find some people spraying the naira in occasions, soiling it, writing on it, squeezing it while others are hawking it.
The CBN spent a lot of money in the printing of this naira notes. We urge Nigerians to respect the naira and value it. Anyone caught abusing the naira will risk a jail term of six months or pay a fine of N50, 000.

He urged Nigerians to desist from home banking, adding that such money could be gutted by fire outbreak or carted away by criminals.
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