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El-Rufai incites Kaduna residents to Stop returning old notes to bank

Tinubu will change the policy if you elect him 

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Kaduna state governor Nasiru Elrufai has called on the people the state to stop taking the old currency to bank and continue their businesses as usual with them while promising that if they elect the the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC)’s presidential candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu, he will change the policy.

Elrufai was captured on a video clip  which is going round on social media whike addressing traders, asking

them to vote for the APC candidates in order to reverse the policy.

He described the new redesign policy of the Naira introduced by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) as a deliberate way of inducing hardship to the masses who are battling with poverty.


“Any indigine of Kaduna state that is in possession of the old notes will get his money swapped with ease by Uba Ahmad the APC governorship candidate.

“Stop swapping the your money, tell everybody to stop taking their money to bank and continue their businesses as usual. Stop insisting on the new notes alone, or else you will halt your business will halt.

“Go and announce to all our people to keep their old notes, that Nasiru Elrufai, Uba Sani and Asiwaju Bola Tinubu will give them enough time to swap them to newly redesigned notes if they elect them.

“Keep your money, dont take them to bank. Nobody can make them illegal. They remain the legal tender as provided by the law.

“Be patient, election is only eighteen days away and as soon as the election is through and you elect us, the first thing you will hear from Asiwaju Bola Tinubu is the announcement reversing this policy” he declared.

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