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New naira notes, fuel crises compound Nigerians’ woes

By Femi Adekoya, Geoff Iyatse (Lagos), Azimazi Momoh Jimoh, Collins Olayinka, Odita Sunday, Terhemba Daka (Abuja), Lawrence Njoku (Enugu) and Ann Godwin (Port Harcourt)

Residents wait to collect new naira notes at a bank in Alausa, Lagos…yesterday. PHOTO: AYODELE ADENIRAN

• Old banknotes withdrawal extended to February 17, faces legal test

• Reps rejects CBN’s extension, insists on Emefiele’s arrest if he fails to show up

• Currency swap deadline puts N100tr national output at risk, says CPPE

• Emefiele: Banks rake in N2.4 trillion, currency outside system down to 25 per cent

• Youths call off planned protest at CBN headquarters

• CBN to monitor, sanction banks hoarding new naira notes

• Security consultant calls for presidential task force against saboteurs

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