The Central Bank of Nigeria has announced temporary suspension of the eNaira services, which the apex regulator says is undergoing improvement maintenance activity.
The CBN stated this in it’s verified Twitter handle on Thursday, with the message that the technical team is working hard to ensure the process is restored in the next few hours.
It tweeted, “Dear valued customers, we apologise for the current unavailability of eNaira services, which is due to an ongoing improvement maintenance activity.
“Our technical team is working hard to complete the enhancement process in the next few hours.
While we regret any inconvenience customers may experience in the interim, we do appreciate your kind feedback and patience as we all strive to improve the user experience with the eNaira.
“We assure you that the eNaira platform will be back online soonest to serve you better. Please bear with us.”
On October 25, Nigeria became the first country in Africa to introduce a digital currency, with the launch of the eNaira.19 Nov 2021.
It was launched by President Muhammad Buhari, under the slogan: “Same Naira, More Possibilities”.