Popular Nigerian radio broadcaster, businessman and all-round entertainer Ifedayo Olarinde who is also known as Daddy Freeze has taken to his official Instagram handle to ask the former president of Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CBIN), Professor Segun Ajibola a very important question.
Recently, the former president of CBIN, Professor Segun Ajibola, has said that the value of Naira is still strong because an average Nigerian man can afford a N500 meal. Professor Segun Ajibola said during an interview with Nigeria Television Authority, NTA, that the national currency of a country is the reflection of the state's economy and it embodies the strength and weaknesses of that economy.
However, Daddy Freeze has asked Professor Segun Ajibola to explain what a person can buy with N500. Besides, Daddy Freeze asked that if someone earns N30,000 monthly, how many N500 meals can that person afford in a monthly if issues like rent, transportation, and other necessary bills are put into consideration?
Daddy Freeze said: "Please sir, explain what a person can buy with N500. And also, if someone earns N30,000 a month like many Nigerians do, how many N500 meals can that person afford in a month, keeping issues like rent, transportation and other bills into consideration?"
Concerning what Daddy Freeze said, kindly drop your thoughts in the comment section.
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