10 Nigerian Naira paper banknote (Bank building)
The Central Bank of Nigeria issued Nigerian Naira banknotes in 5 different denominations, including this 10 Nigerian Naira paper banknote (Bank building). They are part of the withdrawn Nigerian Naira banknotes series. The Central Bank of Nigeria started issuing these 10 Nigerian Naira banknotes in 1973. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2009.
Nigeria’s old 10 Naira banknote features Kainji Dam on the Niger River, which generates electricity for all the large cities in Nigeria. The front side of the ₦10 bill pictures the building of the Central Bank of Nigeria in the country’s capital city Abuja.
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1 NGN = £0.0006500000
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