Bankers Committee backs super N5000 note

Nigeria’s Bankers Committee on Tuesday endorsed the introduction of N5,000 note by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), saying “it will reduce the cost of doing business’’.
Mr Phillip Oduoza, Managing Director of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) made this known while briefing newsmen on the outcome of the committee’s meeting in Abuja.
“Logically, the N5,000 notes will reduce cost of doing business and the total amount spent in printing the currency is going to reduce by 10 times. The cost of printing a currency still remain the same, whether you are printing N50 note or N5,000 note.
“So, if we print N5,000 note and print one million of it and do the same with N100, you find out that you have less physical currency as far as the N5,000 is concerned. Therefore, the cost will reduce when you are printing a bigger denomination,’’ he said.
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