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Breaking! Protesters Hit Abuja Over S’Court Order On Old Naira

Some youths in Abuja on Wednesday, 8th of February 2023, protested the exparte order of the Supreme Court temporarily halting the move by the Federal Government to ban the use of the old naira notes beyond February 10, 2023.

The protesters, who converged on the headquarters of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the office of the Attorney-General of the Federation, passed a vote of confidence in the CBN urging them not to back down.

The protesters carried placards with inscriptions such as, ‘Justice Ariwoola, resist plot to use our Supreme Court to undermine democracy,’ accused the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Olukayode Ariwoola, of allegedly working for the interest of the All Progressives Congress, its presidential candidate, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu and the G5 Governors.

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Nigeria is an Enigma. The capacity to gain an accurate and deep understanding of her is undoubtedly God’s endowment to us, her citizens. As a citizen of this lovely nation, I’ve spent decades of my life trying to understand this, Mirage. Hope someday, this Mystery that houses about 250 million blacks will be globally understood, widely accepted, and given the opportunity to play its vital role in the world stage. So, help us God! #NigeriaDeservesBetter #AfricaDeservesBetter

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