In a shocking turn of events, the Nigerian Naira has experienced a significant and rapid decline in value against the United States Dollar, with reports indicating an alarming buy rate of 995 Naira to 1 USD, while the sell rate has surged to 1003 Naira to 1 USD in the parallel market…CONTINUE READ.ING HERE
A bureau De change operator black market known as Musa Bello confirmed to IDOMA VOICE on Thursday that he he buys at N995 per dollar and sells N1003 per dollar.
This massive devaluation has sent shockwaves through the financial sector and raised concerns about the stability of the nation’s currency.
Economic experts are closely monitoring the situation, attributing this dramatic drop to a combination of factors, including inflationary pressures, dwindling foreign reserves, and economic uncertainties. The Central Bank of Nigeria has yet to release an official statement regarding these developments, leaving many to wonder how authorities will respond to this crisis.
Businesses and individuals alike are grappling with the consequences of the Naira’s freefall, as it threatens to erode the purchasing power of the Nigerian populace and raises questions about the country’s economic future. Traders and investors are advised to exercise caution and stay informed as the situation continues to unfold.
We will continue to provide updates on this rapidly evolving financial crisis as more information becomes available….CONTINUE READ.ING HERE