1000 Nigerian Naira banknote (Mai Bornu and Isong)
The Central Bank of Nigeria issued Nigerian Naira banknotes in 9 different denominations, including this 1000 Nigerian Naira banknote (Mai Bornu and Isong). They are part of the current Nigerian Naira banknotes series. The Central Bank of Nigeria started issuing these 1000 Nigerian Naira banknotes in 2005. They are currently still in circulation.
The 1000 Naira banknote is the highest value paper money note in Nigeria. On the obverse side of the ₦1000 bill are the portraits of Mallam Alijy Mai-Bornu and Dr Clement Nyong Isong. Both men are governors: the former of the Central Bank of Nigeria and the latter of Cross River State, South Nigeria. The building on the reverse side of the 1000 NGN banknote is the Central Bank of Nigeria’s Headquarters in Abuja, the capital city of Nigeria.
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1 NGN = £0.0009600000
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