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Naira: CBN has promised to stop “extra” PoS charges for Nigeria.

Nigerian Central Bank Governor Godwin Emefiele urged Nigerians to understand, adding that the revised banknotes would be circulated and made available.

Apex Bank also ended commission sales on Feb. 10, pledging to replace old Naira banknotes with a new approach.

On Friday, Emefiele held a special press briefing on the new Naira banknote in Lagos.

He noted that he could observe protests and clashes due to the difficulty of citizens’ access to new banknotes.

By the time you return tomorrow, they will pick up where they left off and you won’t be fooled. “Keep calm and use a good queuing system. All we guarantee is that eventually it will be known.

” Later the limit is increased and finally the limit is lifted and people can transact.

It has always been like this,” Emefiele said.

Given that POS agents charge high fees for every transaction their customers make, Apex bank managers are urging banks to stop charging fees for PoS.

If this charges is sent to the bank, or if this charge is paid through the bank, we will meet with the bank tonight or tomorrow.

“These accusations must stop now.

So if we know what you do and don’t do because we stopped doing it, we can take it somewhere and find a way to pay you.

” The channel is in your pocket. When you don’t have money, you want it.

We’ll deal with it tonight or even tomorrow.

We will have a mobile network meeting with the bank.

There are currently no items to claim. If you make a claim, we need to know.

“But we want this service to continue.

No matter how much and how much you have done.

NAN reported that the redesigned Naira banknotes, including the N200, N500 and N1000, were introduced in Abuja on November 23, 2022 and then began to be used on December 15, 2022. President Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd). .

The CBN president said the extension was intended to ensure that Nigerians who received naira legally would be able to contribute money for the exchange.

The governor ordered banks to load new naira notes to give Nigerians access to their money.

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