‘Please, Valentine is around the corner’ – Netizens react as CBN lists bouquet as Naira abuse

‘Please, Valentine is around the corner’ – Netizens react as CBN lists bouquet as Naira abuse

Netizens have taken to social media to express their mixed feelings about the Central Bank of Nigeria’s recent ruling on Naira abuse.

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) listed money bouquets as a form of Naira abuse earlier today. To bolster its message about Naira abuse in the country, the bank shared a flier on its official Twitter page. The CBN also lists spraying, selling, squeezing, and defacing as forms of Naira abuse.

The bank’s caption read, “ It is your civic duty to protect the Naira. Report Naira abuse today.”

Netizens react to CBN’s list of money bouquet as Naira abuse

The use of money bouquets and money trains became a popular trend among Netizens in 2021. It is a luxurious mix of Naira and roses or Naira in a way that makes up for a cake.

Netizens have reacted with mixed feelings to CBN’s instruction to report anyone found wanting to be involved in what is tagged as an affectionate way to show love. While many see it as a welcomed development and frown at the method that has since become conventional, others pleaded with CBN to halt its rule because Valentine’s day celebration is around the corner.

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Ome Dede wrote:n; “you can’t abuse something that isn’t available, CBN it’s also your civil duty to provide money for us to e”

Carty Barbie wrote: “Thank God!!!!!! Cos I don’t understand this thing at all…

Nneoma wrote:”Let the sensitization be thorough please. There’s a lot people need to know for us to get it right. We can actually do it if we’re genuine in this policy.”

Wendy Vile wrote: “Don’t try it, my birthday is on Monday 😢”

Paris wrote: “The best that will happen to this country is to go cashless. For buying pepper tomatoes, below 500 cash already available anything above 2000 transfer, many wholesale or bulk buying families do transfer, what’s the cry. All schools must accept transfer where corruption ranks highest is where refusal is high. Nigerians be wise. 100, 000 a week how many Nigerians earn that in a month, many earning that much all can do transfer. Lets suffer now rip the benefit later. Enlightenment, people talk to people forums is needed. Ministry of women affairs visit local market on enlargement campaign.”

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George: “Na to dey make list of types of naira abuse CBN good for. Fiscal responsibility zero! Oya make naira available to Nigeria zero! Regulatory agency wey need regulator.”

Olayide wrote: ” Please Valentine is around the corner”.

Posilibilitarian smart wrote: “Thank God o. I don see wetin I go show my girlfriend😂😂😂. Miracle no dey tire Jesus.”

Gold Miss wrote: “Abeg make una wait make I collect na 😢 which kind news be this sef”

Kelvin Joseph wrote: “For my own Money kwa… You guys won’t focus on the important things in this country na because say we the up -press una for this Nigeria … Make una no go hustle”

Best Lady wrote: “Nigeria is always going backward. They use dollars and other foreign currency for money bouquet.”

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Afeez wrote: ” I don’t even no what you can do in this Nigeria everything na law and abuse like this e don tire me u can’t even spend ur own money like u want”.

Queen wrote “😂finally justice for us the single Pringle. Yall won’t oppress us again”

Jennifer Gold wrote: “en he reach my turn to get money bonquet as Valentine time CBN SAY NA NAIRA ABUSE 😢😢”

Official Presido wrote: “see make una live people alone make Dem enjoy they money wey Dem work hard to get. abeg no be ur own do ur own and stop suffering innocent people. allow using old naira and new naira note”

Seaz wrote: “My money na my money! We all work for it…get off our backs and give us our monies in your banks! By the way, if the money were more than pounds, would you see people handling it any how?”

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