Charles Soludo, the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, said reforms of its naira currency, set out in mid-August, are on hold until the central bank meets with the government.
Speaking to Reuters on Monday, Soludo said: "For now all aspects of the strategic agenda for the naira remain suspended." He said that the delay would be for "as long as it is possible to finish the dialogue that is required with the government."
The implementation of the reforms, which include removing two zeros
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