Pounds to Naira Black market rate today Monday 20th December, 2021 in Lagos, Pounds to Naira aboki
PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE EXCHANGE RATE CHANGES ON A HOURLY BASIS.It is determined by the amount of pounds available as well as the demand. What this means is that you can buy or sell 1 pound for ₦725, and the price can change (high or low) in a matter of hours.
Pounds to Naira black market today Monday, December 20th, 2021
How Much Is Pounds To Naira Exchange Rate Today Official Rate?
The official rate today, Monday December 20th, for £1 pound to naira = ₦546.79/£1.
The Pounds to naira official rate as of the time of writing, the official pounds to naira CBN rate is ₦546.79. That is, according to the official rate of pounds to naira, 1000 pounds equals 546,790 in Nigerian naira.
The black market pounds to naira exchange rate today, Monday December 20th, for £1 pound to naira = ₦717/£1
The players buy pounds for ₦717 and sell for ₦720 on the black market on Monday morning, December 20th, 2021, after buying ₦720 and selling for ₦725 on Friday morning, December 17th.
100 pounds to naira black market
100 pounds equals N717,000 in Nigerian naira at the black market
Pounds to Naira as at today
According to Google (Data by Morningstar, pounds to naira as at today is ₦546.79/£.
Pounds to naira aboki rate
Remember, the pounds to naira aboki rate will be different and possibly higher than the official CBN rate. pounds to naira aboki rate today is higher_than the official CBN rate. Remember, the Abokis are the Mallams who are into foreign change in many places in Lagos and in other states. dollar to naira
On Monday, December 13, 2021, the pounds began the week at ₦725 in the parallel market, also known as the black market.
Meanwhile, Femi Otedola, a billionaire businessman, has stated that he has no intention of becoming the chairman of First Bank Nigeria Holdings Plc.
FBN Holdings is the parent company of First Bank of Nigeria, according to Naija News (FBN).
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Remember that Otedola had increased his stake in the company to 2.5 percent, making him the single largest shareholder in the financial institution.
According to reports, Otedola’s stake has now surpassed that of another shareholder, Tunde Hassan-Odukale.
In an interview with reporters in Lagos on Wednesday, Otedola said that just because he is the company’s single largest shareholder doesn’t mean he has to work for it.
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