The quarterly meeting of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has been rescheduled to Thursday and Friday this week.
The meeting was earlier scheduled to hold on Monday and Tuesday.
The apex bank announced the shift in date in a terse statement by its Director, Corporate Communication, Mr Isaac Okorafor in Abuja on Tuesday.
The statement, which did not give any reason for rescheduling the meeting reads in part: “This is to inform all our stakeholders and general public that the MPC meeting no 269 earlier scheduled to hold on Monday 23 and Tuesday, September 24 will now hold on Thursday, September 19 and Friday, September 20.
“All inconveniences caused by the change are highly regretted.”
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