Definitions for nairaˈnaɪ rə
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the basic unit of money in Nigeria
The official currency of Nigeria, which replaced the pound in 1973; the principal denomination of the currency, equal to 100 kobo.
Naira is a village in Srikakulam mandal in Srikakulam district, Andhra Pradesh, India. Agricultural College of Naira is located at village Naira and is affiliated to Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University. Naira is located near the road that connects Amadalavalasa town to Bhyrisingupuram junction on National Highway-5.
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I have three kids. I pay 35,000 naira for each of them for the kindergarten per term.
The documents submitted to the CCB ... show that prior to being sworn in on May 29, President Buhari had less than 30 million naira ($150,000) to his name.
My husband used to ride boats to Nigeria. Since the border closure months ago, he cannot work anymore. In the past, he could earn 100,000 Naira ($500) a month.
Last week we met the marketers and negotiated the terms of payment of the 185 billion naira, (The)government resolved to issue Sovereign Debt Notes (SDN) to the marketers, which we will start issuing from tomorrow.
So it's no longer subsidy as in the air, it's not a static number, probably once in quarter we say what is the price of crude, how can we reflect (it) in the price of the product to make sure we don't pass the ceiling of 97 (naira).
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