Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Jonathan agrees to reverse N5000 note plan


President Goodluck Jonathan has agreed to reverse his administration’s plan to introduce the 5000 naira note. It remains unclear whether the president has issued a directive to that effect though.

16 comments:

  1. Thanks Ore. What will SLS do now?

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    1. Ginika, demand remuneration from Ladun abeg.

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  2. Poor journalism

    N.U.S state affairs
    Abuja
    Nigeria

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  3. Mumu President. Always reversing his stupid, hastily made decisions

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    1. You are definitely an untrained and very uncouth child. Infact, you are the real mumu. No respect for your elders abi? At this rate you may not get as old as the president. Must you insult him? Go and get basic home training. Dokpemu.

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  4. In other words it has not yet been confirmed. Let's wait until an official announcement is made.

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  5. That he has announced it means he will pass the directive. RIP 5000 naira notes.

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  6. one thing i can give this president which was absent in others is that he at least listens and pays attention to the moods of nigerians.but actually doing something about the complaints a whole different matter..

    the only thing I'm enjoying out of this reversal is els come tuppence.that ll take some wind out of his sails

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  7. Kingo Bintin Laye20 September, 2012 05:28

    Thank you sir for listening to the voice of the people. Thank you once again.

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  8. Ladun, wat is the source of ur gist? Reporting as if he said it to u directly!

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  9. 3 for Jona..tho lets wait and see..
    Paralympics..Pass
    Boko Haran Comms centre..?*coughs*
    N5000..Pass..

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  10. Can Jonathan just make a decision and stick with it! why is he always reversing a decision he made previously

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  11. If I talk now, President Jonny would say he is the most abused president on earth. He should learn to think before he acts and not act before he thinks. He is a big mistake for Nigerians.

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  12. WONU: nice move Mr Jona

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  13. Anon 19 September, 2012 15:43; at all. She knows how i will get her. Right Ladun?

    SLS ti ya ri!

    "The CBN Governor Sanusi Lamido Sanusi is defiant. He insists CBN will go on with introduction of new 5K notes. The design and printing of new notes is said to have commenced and also contracted out. Nigeria will lose billions in contract cancellation."

    It rages on.....

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