NIGERIA’S CURRENCY – NEW YORK (Reuters) – It’s the first time in 100 years that Nigerians will have a government-issued currency that can be used in the public sphere.
But the country is still in the early stages of the transition from gold and silver to naira, which is used in a variety of transactions, from purchases to payments to imports.
That said, nairas are still the currency of choice in many parts of the world.
So Nigerians may not be the only ones interested in the new currency.
The currency is already being used around the world by some governments, and it’s used to pay for the basic necessities of life, from groceries to medicine.
For example, Nigeria’s Ministry of Finance says it plans to start accepting nairans next year, though that doesn’t mean it’s the only place in the world to do so.
Nigerians have been using nairan since before the country gained independence in 1960, but the new, more flexible nairana will allow for faster transactions, as well as allowing the government to maintain control over the money supply.
“The central bank has given a clear mandate to the Ministry of Treasury to promote the nairanian economy, to provide the country with the best economic infrastructure and to ensure the efficiency of the currency,” Finance Minister Ould Abbazego told reporters on Monday.
The currency is designed to function as a reserve currency, and Abbazaego said it will be used as a medium of exchange for any goods or services that are not directly related to monetary policy.
“Nigerian government will continue to use the nairs currency as a primary currency, but we hope to be able to utilize this as a replacement currency as well,” he said.
He said the government is aiming to have the nairedan currency issued by the end of 2018, but said the country still needs to make its own rules regarding how it will handle future demand.
“If it is not used in these transactions, it’s a non-issue,” Abbazarego added.
Nigeria is the largest producer and exporter of oil and natural gas in the region.
It’s a leader in the oil-producing Niger Delta region, where it also supplies gas to neighboring states.NIGERIAN LANDLORD – NEW JERSEY (Reuters: JOE LYON) – The governor of the state of New Jersey said on Monday that the state will be the first in the United States to issue the new nairanas.
New Jersey’s Democratic governor said he had been told the state was the first to issue them, and that he is optimistic that they will soon be adopted by the rest of the United State.
The state will receive approximately 3 million nairanes and 500,000 nairnas from the U.S. Treasury, and the New Jersey Governor’s Office said the coins will be available in stores and on the Internet.
“I have a number of concerns, which I’ll share with you at a later date,” Christie said.
“I do believe the niarans currency will be a great step forward in New Jersey.
We are in the process of finalizing the rules and regulations for this currency, which will allow us to ensure that the currency is well regulated.”
He added that the new currencies are still subject to “federal and state regulations.”
New Jersey Gov.
Chris Christie, center, and New Jersey Gov, John Kasich walk out after signing the bill into law in Trenton, New Jersey, March 1, 2021.
Governor Christie said the state expects to receive the coins by the beginning of 2018.
He added the governor’s office is also working to make the new notes available in bank tellers.
The new bill requires that the government issue one million nairs and 500 million niras.
The first 50,000 will be issued in 2019.
The bills will not be used to cover the costs of providing public services.
It will be up to the state to determine the cost to pay out in taxes and other revenue, Christie said in a statement.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the bill will help the city “meet its fiscal obligations, which are expected to reach $2 billion in 2019.”
New York has not issued a currency since 2010, when it began to adopt the U .
S. dollar, the largest currency in the country.NYC’S NEW BILL – NEWARK (Reuters):New York Mayor Bill De Blasio speaks at a news conference announcing the city’s plan to issue a $100 coin to help the residents of New York City.
De Blasio said his administration has made “significant progress” in getting the new bill passed, adding that the bill was passed with just a few days of public hearings.
The bill will make New York the first U.T.S., the nation’s only state that has issued its own currency.
The city will have its own