Pounds To Naira Exchange Rates / Black Market Rates Today April 19, 2022


This is the news on the exchange rate between the British pound and the naira at the official and black market exchange rate today April 19, 2022.

Lily Naija News update on official book rates as well as Black market rates, Bureau de change (BDC) rate and CBN rate.

Daily Pound to Naira, GBP to NGN, black market (Lagos) exchange rates, percentage changes, historical rate charts and currency converter.

How much costs Pounds To Naira Exchange Rate Official rate today?

The official rate today, Tuesday 19and April 2022, for 1 British Pound in Naira = ₦541.1185/£1.

According to CBN data, the exchange rate between the naira and the pound opened at ₦541.1185/£1 on Tuesday April 19, after its sale at 539.5805 at £1 on Thursday, April 14, 2022.

Naija News reports that a pound is bought at the official market at ₦539.8146 and sold for 542.4224.

What is the exchange rate for Pounds to Naira on the black market today?

The exchange rate of the pound to naira in Lagos Parallel market (black market) – Books exchanged for as little as ₦760 and as high as ₦778 on Tuesday, April 19, 2022, according to sources at Bureau de change (BDC).

Flutterwave co-founder Aboyeji speaks out on allegations against Agboola

Following exposure on Flutterwave by a Nigerian investigative journalist, David Hundeyin, more revelations surfaced.

The fintech company’s co-founder, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, has reacted to the allegations against the company’s current CEO, Olugbenga Agboola.

Naija News recalls that Hundeyin in his report entitled “Flutter wave: The African Unicorn Built On Quicksand”, accused Flutterwave of “insider trading, fraud and perjury” over a period of 4 years.

Hundeyin also accused the company’s CEO, Agboola, of engaging in identity theft, inappropriate workplace behavior and “insider trading” by offering to buy “options on shares” to employees at a price “below” the “market price“.

He also claimed that Agboola had created a false identity, “Greg Agboola”, who he claimed was also a co-founder who would hold a 10% stake in the company – but Greg never existed.

Following the damning report, Agboola confirmed that he had tricked his partners into creating one of Nigeria’s biggest tech unicorns.



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