Nigerians have had mixed reactions to the redesigned naira notes, and celebrities are not taking any chances.
According to Creebhills, President Muhammadu Buhari unveiled the redesigned Naira Notes proposed by the Central Bank of Nigeria on Wednesday.
It is worth noting that the unveiling marks Nigeria’s first redesign of its currency notes in nineteen years.
Celebrities react to redesigned naira notes
Celebrities have taken to their various Instagram pages to react to the pictures of the redesigned naira notes making rounds on social media.
Comedian, Bright Okpocha, better known as Basketmouth took to his Instagram page to share redesigned pictures of his face to make mockery of the naira notes.
Captioning the pictures, he wrote: “The only constant thing in life is… CHANGE
Singer, John Ighodaro better known as Johnny Drille also took to his Twitter page to share his opinion about the redesigned note.
According to the the “How are you” crooner, the new notes looked far worse than what it used to be.
Johnny Drille tweeted: “These new notes are uglier”.
Media personality, Tolu Oniru-Demuren better known as Toolz, took to her Instagram page to share her opinion. According to the mother of two, the new naira notes look like what has been washed with clothes after forgetting them in a Jean.
She wrote: “I’m confused…this isn’t real right? Because isn’t this what happens when you accidentally leave money in your jeans and wash them?
Toolz also shared her redesigned pictures and captioned it “Ready for the new monies”.
Meanwhile, OAP, Daddy Freeze shared a picture of himself and his wife, and congratulated Nigerians on the sleepless nights it took on Snapchat to create the new notes.
Captioning his post, he wrote: “Congratulations on the new Naira it must have taken many sleepless nights on Snapchat to create such perfection…
According to OAP Do2dtun, he opined that the Central Bank of Nigeria signed a deal with photo and video sharing app, Snapchat.
He Tweeted: The CBN probably signed a deal with Snapchat to use filters on the new money.
Who dey always advise these people?