It's no secret that Nigerians have endured a lot of hardship due to the money redesign policy of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) under the leadership of Governor Godwin Emefiele. While some Nigerians saw the policy as a necessary measure to curb electoral malpractices, many others felt that the policy had no positive impact on the nation.
Recently, the former aviation minister and People's Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Femi Fani-Kayode, took to Twitter to remind Nigerians that they have not forgotten the pain and suffering inflicted on them due to the policy.
In his tweet, Fani-Kayode said that the CBN governor has a date with the Department of State Security, and that Nigerians will never forget the hardship they faced as a result of the money redesign policy.
Fani-Kayode's tweet has sparked a lot of debate on social media, with many Nigerians sharing their views on the topic. While some argued that the money redesign policy was a necessary measure to curb electoral malpractices, others felt that the policy had no positive impact on the nation.
Regardless of the opinions expressed, one thing is certain: Fani-Kayode's tweet has reminded Nigerians of the hardship they faced due to the money redesign policy of the CBN governor. It's a reminder that the policy had a devastating impact on the already fragile economic situation in the country
What do you think, is Fani Kayode right?
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