Photo: The New 100 Naira Digital Note


President Goodluck Jonathan has approved the new 100 naira note which will be in circulation very soon.

He unveiled this along with the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, as the first digital N100 paper note, to commemorate Nigeria’s Centenary.

But do we really need a new 100 note?




  1. NEW 100 NAIRA NOTE, our itching point (problems) is not the new note, rather let the new and positive things happen in the life of Nigerians, there are various things to be done not 100 Naira Note; Eg Water, Electricity, Health, Security, Employment, Good Roads, Education, Agriculture Etc

  2. New note my foot,thats how they spend and squander resources and money on unneccessary things. We dont need any new note. No jobs,no electricity,no good future and you’re busy approving new notes,when have u ever seen america change notes the way we do in nigeria,

  3. new note?? do we even need this?? just creating more means of stealing money from our already crumbling economy, speaking of money who knows ow to get the N300 free from that musicplus app, is it likea promo or something?


  5. Hello my fellow nigerias, i’m not supporting what government are doing in this country but all i know is that one day will be one day all this people that spoilt nigeria they will soon die even all of them will not have rest of mind in jesus man …..well everything that happened not everyone of us understand it what really happened is that will have some people that they are trying to take away our money so the government wonted to change the money fast so they will not have the oppurtinity to spend the money and the money is over 900billion nira, so please i’ll like to tell all nigerians to just accept this and let us use it

  6. On Wednesday the 12th of
    November 2014, the Nigerian
    Federal Government introduced
    the new design on the N100 Naira note that will be officially issued on the 19th of
    December. However, a group is calling an
    attention to the occultic symbol
    that looks like a Jewish Symbol
    on thenew Nigerian Naira note. In a press statement released
    by the Director of Muslim Rights
    Concern (MURIC), Prof Ishaq
    Akinlolu, the group expressed
    displeasure over the strange
    symbol on the note. The statement reads; “The Federal Government, on
    November 12, 2014 unveiled the
    new design for the N100
    commemorative centenary
    banknote which will be officially
    issued on December 19. However, the office of the
    Muslim Rights Concern has been
    inundated with calls for action
    on the Jewish symbol on the
    new note. Nigerian Muslims are
    complaining that the Arabic writing in Hausa language (the
    Ajami script) that read ‘Naira
    Dari’ (i.e. one hundred naira)
    on the N100 note has been
    removed and replaced with the
    Jewish symbol, the Star of David. As a faith-based human rights
    organisation which believes in
    the dialogue option, MURIC is
    duty bound to articulate the
    demands of Nigerian Muslims,
    particularly on matters which have to do with imbalance in
    treatment of the adherents of
    the different religions
    governments (federal or state). MURIC recalls that Arabic
    inscriptions which have always
    been on Nigerian currency since
    independence were
    unceremoniously removed in
    2005 from N5, N10, N20 and N50 denominations. They remained
    on N100, N200, N500 and N1,000
    denominations. Nigerian Muslims regard the
    latest action, namely, the
    supplanting of Arabic with
    Jewish symbol from the new
    N100 as a continuation of the
    campaign of elimination by substitution against Arabic
    language and, by implication,
    against Nigerian Muslims. It is well known that a large
    section of the Nigerian
    population use the Arabic Ajami
    and removing it from the new
    note will deprive millions of
    users of the Arabic Ajami of the ability to recognise, identify and
    use the new currency. Furthermore, putting the Jewish
    symbol on the new N100 falls
    short of international standard,
    as currencies worldwide are
    designed to suit each nation’s
    culture and history. Where does the Jewish symbol
    fit in? Which Nigerian community
    speaks the Jewish language?
    The insertion of the Jewish
    symbol is, therefore, clannish
    and parochial. It is tainted with undisguised religious fanaticism. There is nothing wrong for our
    president to like Israel as a
    nation, but it is another thing
    entirely to openly and brazenly
    promote Zionism at the highest
    office in this country when we are still struggling with the last
    vestiges of colonialism. Nigerian
    Muslims are becoming
    increasingly suspicious and very
    uncomfortable with the actions
    and inactions of President Jonathan. Firstly, in spite of the
    preponderance of Muslims in the
    South West, he appointed no
    single Muslim as minister in the
    whole region for almost four
    years. Secondly, he marginalised Muslims in the deliberations
    which took place in the national
    conference by appointing a
    meagre 189 Muslims as against
    303 Christians. Thirdly, Mr President saturated
    the security system in Aso Rock
    with Israeli security operatives,
    a nation well known for its
    animosity towards Muslims. The
    supplanting of Arabic language with Jewish symbol is the fourth
    among Jonathan’s anti-Muslim
    policies. If once is happenstance, if twice
    is a coincidence and if the third
    time is enemy action, what do
    we call the fourth time? We are
    sick and tired of our
    president’s hatred for us. He openly confronts Muslims and
    goads us to challenge him. “But we will not be provoked.
    Neither shall we be intimidated
    by executive maladministration.
    As apostles of dialogue and
    advocates of peaceful
    coexistence, as tax-payers, voters and citizens of this
    country, we hereby ask
    President Jonathan to explain
    the Jewish symbol on Nigeria’s
    money. We also demand to know why
    the presidency could not employ
    security experts from neutral
    countries like Britain or France
    instead of Israel, which is a
    sworn enemy of Muslims. Mr President may also deem it fit
    to tell us if there is no
    correlation between the Israeli
    security experts in Aso Rock,
    the Israeli caught with Nigeria’s
    N9.3 million arms money in South Africa and the Jewish symbol on
    the new N100 note. Mr President sir, are you not
    gradually selling Nigeria to
    Israel? Are you sure this will
    not attract the wrath of
    Israel’s enemies to our dear
    country? Can this also be partly responsible for the viciousness
    of the Boko Haram
    phenomenon? Many Nigerians believe the
    symbol has nothing to do with Israel. Nigerians on the social media
    are saying that the symbol look
    like Illuminati pyramid picture on
    the US dollar. Rel


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