President Buhari has extended the old Naira notes deadline by 2 months. This was made known by Adamu Garba, former APC presidential candidate. See the post below
“When you fight for what is right, you’ll always find victory in your front.
Old Naira validity is extended for the next 60 days. We fought and the President heeded our request. Thank you, President Buhari.
The Asiwaju Project is a Nigerian Project. It is the path to VICTORY!
The Asiwaju Project is a Nigerian Project. It is the path to VICTORY!”
Meanwhile, CBN had originally fixed January 31 as deadline for old notes to be in circulation but extended it in response to pressure from Nigerians. However, before the February 10 deadline, Kogi, Kaduna and Zamfara States approached the Supreme Court, seeking that the CBN from be restrained going ahead with the deadline.
Earlier today, the Supreme Court fixed February 22 for hearing of the suit filed by Kaduna, Kogi and Zamfara states challenging the propriety the naira swap policy of the Federal Government.
The court chose the date after joining the Attorneys General of Katsina Lagos, CR, Ondo, Ogun, Ekiti and Sokoto states as co-plaintiffs in the earlier suit filed by Kaduna, Kogi and Zamfara states.
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