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Naira Abuse Saga: Customized N200 Notes Spread At Wedding (Video)




A viral video has sparked a heated debate on social media, showcasing a customised N200 note featuring a couple’s names and photo at their wedding. The note, labeled “Wedding Republic of Nigeria” instead of the usual “Central Bank of Nigeria,” has drawn mixed reactions from netizens.

Watch the video below;

While some have praised the creative idea as a unique wedding souvenir, others have condemned it as a form of currency mutilation, which is punishable by law according to the Central Bank of Nigeria’s regulations.

The customized note bears the names Emwinghare and Adazee, along with the date 26-03-2023. The couple’s attempt to make their wedding memorabilia has inadvertently sparked a conversation about the limits of creativity and the importance of respecting the country’s currency.

As the debate continues, it remains to be seen whether the couple will face any legal consequences for their unconventional souvenir. Meanwhile, social media users remain divided, with some applauding the creativity and others calling for adherence to the law.

Read some netizens reactions below to the spraying of the customised N200 note at the wedding:

@Demola: This is more Illegal than what borbrisky did. EFCC will fish them out soon

@jaynett: This one sef is more illegal

@okgbenga: Hey ….Why trouble dey sleep, yanga go wake am….?Instead of enjoying their honeymoon quietly, they will now live in fear of EFCC.Fresh mint marriage oooo

@blackdiamond: From wedding reception to honeymoon in prison
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