On Friday, March 03, 2023, the highest court and supreme court of Nigeria orders the Central Bank of Nigeria to let old N200, N500 and N1000 remain in circulation till December 31, 2023.
As it has already been made public by the CBN after the last hearing of the case that old naira is still illegal tender even after the verdict of the supreme court.
Kanu Agabi, Counsel to the Attorney general today in an interview with a reporter urged the CBN and Federal government of Nigeria that ..
"The supreme court have spoken, there is nothing more to be said, I expect the CBN to comply, I expect the president to comply, we are a nation under law, the supreme court have spoken and we abide. We are all trying to act on the interest of the nation, the supreme court has interpreted our actions and we are guided".
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