This was in a bid to address the steady and continuous depreciation of the naira in the parallel market of which they ignored, preferring to do brisk business with the proceeds. This, however generated several complaints from the BDCs, with the Association of Bureaux De change Operators of Nigeria, ABCON, calling for a review of the policy measure.
According to reports, CBN, after due investigation, which revealed that most of them were either not complying or short-changing DBCs by selling at higher margin, except First Bank, which has been allowed to continue with the business, had decided to sanction them.
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