Dec 27, 2015

Nigerians abroad protest against Naira debit/credit card ban - TODAY.ng

Nigerians abroad, mostly students, on Saturday took to the streets to protest against Deposit Money Banks’ proposed ban on naira-denominated debit/credit cards for dollar-denominated transactions when users are outside the country. The ban is to take effect from January 1, 2016. The banks will not allow their customers to use naira-denominated debit/credit cards locally for transactions...

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