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Protection for investors against devaluation of Naira

By Sheba Macby
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Dear Nigerians,
Nigerian Naira’s Devaluation is no more news. The question asked now is, what is the way forward? For those of you who have money in your Nigerian bank accounts, you know that you are loosing money by the day as a result of the uncertainty of our dwindling economy.

The Nigerian Central Bank began the process of devaluation of the Naira,

this may drive people towards cryptocurrencies as an alternative investment

The centralized monetary policies inherently flawed, proves the ongoing

collapse of government-formed finance structure of many countries,

including Greece, Venezuela and China.
Now, Nigeria is also falling into the same category, thanks to the falling

oil exports following international conflicts. In the current economic

structure, the majority of international trades are carried out using

reserve currencies – the US Dollar. While imports and exports are vital for

the countries to maintain economic growth, the value of the native currency

against the reserve currency determines the country’s capability in smooth

As it seems, Nigeria is suffering right the moment...

The currency, so far been pegged at about 199 per dollar has crashed by

almost 100 points in recent times. The actual trading value of Naira stands

at around 280 to 300 Naira per dollar, while the current black market rates

are around 370 Naira per dollar. The Nigerian Central bank has announced

yesterday that the value of country’s legal tender will soon be market

driven as the bank intends to get rid of the peg which was in place for

over 16 months.
The main intention behind central bank’s decision is to prevent rapid

depletion of the country’s foreign exchange reserves. This move has indeed created panic as investors during the initial days as their

investments will end up getting diluted by almost 50 percent.

Truth is, the devaluation of the Naira has left you (Investors)thinking on where to put your money. I say, the only Protection for investors against devaluation of Naira is...Click for more information