Is One Dollar Now 184 Naira?

It may either be a glitch or reality, but as at the time of filing this report, 1 Dollar currently stands at 184 Naira, according to Google search engine.

The latest report suggests that Naira has appreciated massively against US Dollar and British Pound Sterling respectively.

In view with the figures released by Google earlier today, February 22nd, it was seen that 1 Dollar is now exchanged for 184 Naira, while 1 British Pound Sterling is currently exchanged for 240 Naira.

Nigerians are quite happy about this new development after seeing Dollars and Pound Sterling rising for a long time over the years.

Recall that 1 Dollar, when exchanged to Naira, was equivalent to 365 Naira, but as at today, Naira has taken a massive turn to 184 Naira.

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According to close reports, from the markets precisely, Naira closed at 358 Naira per Dollar on Friday, February 22nd. However, Google search has proven that the earlier stated report is wrong and that One Dollar can now be exchanged in Naira to be 184.

A lot of people have taken this new report as something driven towards the Presidential and National Assembly Election which is set to take place on Saturday, February 23rd.

iDONSABI gathers that the last time Naira was appreciated was in the year 2015, during the regime of Former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan. Nigerians, in particular, are worried about this new development and are even thinking towards the direction that President Buhari influenced it in order to gain more votes for the upcoming elections.

Close investigations carried out by some confirmed sources reports that the webpage of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), did not reveal this at all, meaning that the report from Google could be a glitch.

More investigations carried out also revealed that 1 Dollar was valued at 306 Naira on Thursday and Friday respectively of February 21st and 22nd respectively.

As we conclude our investigations, it is believed that the report by Google could be a glitch and immediate correction will be made in no time as this new development has sent Nigerians into further discussion of what the future holds in store.

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