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Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:56pm On Jun 27, 2023
The real value of Naira as it's been traded against the dollar.



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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:22pm On Jun 27, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N768 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N773 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 10:37pm On Jul 01, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N155 for $1 in 2013, to N197 for $1 in 2015.

Making Naira loss 25% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:02pm On Jul 02, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N769 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N773 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:46am On Jul 03, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N114 for $1 in 2003, to N130 for $1 in 2004.

Making Naira loss 15% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:45am On Jul 04, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N741 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N780 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 12:31pm On Jul 04, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N365 for $1 in 2019, to N600 for $1 in 2022.

Making Naira loss 70% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:14am On Jul 05, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N768 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N780 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 2:09pm On Jul 05, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N257 for $1 in 2016, to N361 for $1 in 2018.

Making Naira loss 40% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 2:17pm On Jul 06, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N742 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N780 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 7:37pm On Jul 07, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N776 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N780 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 10:58am On Jul 08, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N17 for $1 in 1993, to N162 for $1 in 2013.

Making Naira loss almost 1,000% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 5:42am On Jul 10, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N776 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N783 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:59pm On Jul 14, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N803 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N783 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by Macgyver1: 9:17pm On Jul 14, 2023
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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by udede(m): 8:51am On Jul 15, 2023
Serious revolution is loading in Nigeria.

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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 7:59am On Jul 16, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N430 for $1 in June 2022, to N690 for $1 in June 2023.

Making Naira loss about 60% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 6:46am On Jul 17, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N803 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N787 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:21pm On Jul 17, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N359 for $1 in September 2017, to N430 for $1 in June 2022.

Making Naira loss about 25% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 10:23am On Jul 18, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N795 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N787 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 7:27pm On Jul 18, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N158 for $1 in May 2013, to N204 for $1 in February 2015.

Making Naira loss about 30% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 10:53am On Jul 19, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N742 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N790 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:13pm On Jul 19, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N359 for $1 in January 2020, to N414 for $1 in June 2022.

Making Naira loss about 15% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:35am On Jul 20, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N793 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N790 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:24pm On Jul 20, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N311 for $1 in November 2016, to N363 for $1 in January 2019.

Making Naira loss about 10% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 11:27am On Jul 21, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N768 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N790 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:51pm On Jul 21, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N199 for $1 in December 2015, to N389 for $1 in May 2020.

Making Naira loss about 90% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:15pm On Jul 24, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N792 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N790 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 10:34pm On Jul 25, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N791 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N793 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 9:33pm On Jul 26, 2023
Fun Fact:
Do you know that Naira went from N389 for $1 in May 2020, to N414 for $1 in June 2022.

Making Naira loss about 12% of it's value in the process.

And this will immediately cause the prices of goods in Nigeria to increase, because Nigeria imports most of it's goods if not all of them (including Oil) using US dollar, which they bought with a devalued Naira. Thereby causing prices of goods and services in Nigeria to skyrocket.

This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:29pm On Jul 27, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N768 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N800 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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Re: Naira Devaluation As Of Today (thread) by ThomasGitHub: 8:14pm On Jul 28, 2023
NAIRA DEVALUATION;

At I&E:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N775 per $1.

At P2P:

Nigeria Naira to US Dollar is trading at N800 to $1.


This means that the purchasing power of your money and your savings have just lost it's value. And whenever you want to buy anything in Nigeria you will be paying at high price (inflation price). Because prices of things have increased due to dollar used in the importation of goods.

Ex: You will spend N250,000 to buy 1,000 bags of water. And when Naira crash, it will reflect on prices of goods after some months, and You will spend N500,000 to buy the same 1,000 bags of water.

Thereby making you poorer. And draining your account.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.

While rich people (politicians & banks) at the other hand buy dollar with Naira, store most of their money in dollars, and when Naira crashes, they sell and profit on Naira crash.

Thereby making them richer. And the money in their account increases.

This phenomenon repeats itself whenever Naira crashes.


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