Kate Henshaw Blasts CBN, President Buhari Following Cash Scarcity
The actress has expressed her anger at the present state of the nation’s financial predicament and access to money.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Following the CBN’s new policy and note disbursement, Nollywood actress Kate Henshaw has addressed the concerns affecting the country.
Henshaw, who is furious with the state of affairs in the country, took to Instagram to criticize both the President of the country and the country’s top bank.
The actress thinks that the CBN has been misinforming the public about how much it puts each day into smaller banks.
Captioning the video, Henshaw wrote, “I am beyond incensed and livid! The @centralbankng has been feeding tales and spinning yarns to Nigerians and passing the buck when they are totally complicit! What was the rush for in exchange for old notes??? If you have certain people among yourselves that you want to punish, why not face them and stop heaping hardship on us? Even with the daily limit or monthly limit, one cannot access their money. One thing is for sure, the trust in banks has been totally eroded, and @centralbankng is to blame. Such an insensitive and definitely not well-thought-out policy. After you take photos with the new notes some of which the color runs, the note is very uneven, so you decided to hide it away… Totally despicable!!”
Henshaw’s remarks come at a time when the country is experiencing extreme hardship as a result of the CBN’s adoption of a cashless policy and the lack of cash for many Nigerians.
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