On Wednesday, the Supreme Court postponed the decision in the case involving the new naira policy until March 3, 2023.
A retinue of Senior Advocates of Nigeria and other attorneys crowded the court to capacity on Wednesday as it heard the case.
The CBN’s deadline of February 10 to stop issuing the old N200, N500, and N1,000 notes was temporarily prohibited by the Court.
The lawsuit was filed against the Federal Government and the CBN by the states of Zamfara, Kogi, and Kaduna.
Niger, Kano, Ondo, and Ekiti were among the states that had asked to be included in the lawsuit against the CBN and the federal government.
Moyosore Onigbanjo, the attorney general for Lagos State, submitted an application to join the case as well.
Bayelsa State, led by Damian Dodo, had also applied to be joined in the suit as a respondent. Similarly, Edo State applied to be joined as a respondent.
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