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BREAKING: Nigeria’s Foreign Reserves Surge to $34 Billion: CBN Governor Olayemi Cardoso Announces Zero Tolerance for Non-Compliance

In Nigeria’s Forex market, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor Olayemi Cardoso announced that the country’s foreign reserves have risen to an impressive $34 billion.

This news comes in the wake of a more aggressive regulatory environment, as the CBN vows to have zero tolerance for individuals and entities that fail to comply with its regulatory guidelines.

During a post-monetary policy committee (MPC) meeting briefing in Abuja, Governor Cardoso emphasized the need for strict adherence to the CBN’s guidelines, stating that those who do not comply will face severe consequences.

This move is aimed at ensuring a more transparent and liquid market for all participants.

In line with this commitment to a more robust regulatory environment, the CBN has recently paid an additional $400 million to verified and genuine pending Forex requests in an effort to clear all forex backlogs.

This action underscores the bank’s determination to maintain a healthy and stable foreign exchange market.

As Nigeria’s foreign reserves continue to grow, the country’s economy stands to benefit from increased stability and investor confidence.

The CBN’s proactive stance on regulatory compliance will likely play a key role in fostering a more sustainable and resilient economic environment, which is essential for Nigeria’s continued growth and development.