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Topic of the Week – Introduction of N5,000 note & new coins: Good or bad for Nigeria?
Just last week, the Central Bank of Nigeria, announced its plans to introduce the N5,000 notes early next year. The financial watchdog also said they planned to convert N5, N10, N20 and N50 into coins.
This announcement has been welcomed with varying reactions. Most of it has been fierce antagonism and condemnation. Other people have applauded Sanusi Lamido’s bravery and vision.
Our topic for debate this week on DailyPost is: Introduction of N5,000 note & new coins: Good or bad for Nigeria?
So really, in your opinion, what does the imminent introduction of the new notes and coins imply?
Last week, we discussed BlackBerries. And we had a couple of interesting articles. Ali Adoyi did not take any prisoners, as he called for BlackBerries to be banned, Rita Okoye’s piece was on BlackBerry prostitutes while Abiodun Badejo’s defence was that the smartphones have brought more good than harm.
It’s a new week and we have a hot new topic. Join the debate by sending your opinion piece, of between 400-800 words on the subject matter to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will publish the best.