Say what? N500 is worth 5 Ghanaian Cedis now?

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22 thoughts on “Say what? N500 is worth 5 Ghanaian Cedis now?

  1. Reno u are beginning to irritate me with this type of talk.how dear u compare naira and cedis what can 5ghana Cedis buy even in Ghana. But I tell you 500can feed somebody a day in naija even with the current situation.bros I beg lockup na una put us for this shit but we go overcome.

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  2. This guy need to go back to school to understand how economy works. Even in today situation, Nigeria economy is 13times bigger than that of Ghana. 6 states in naija has bigger economy than entire Ghana economy. Putting figure to this Nigerian GDP is $481b while Ghana is just $37b. $37b less to what Lagos, Rivers, Kano are doing. Even Lagos-mainland, Eti-Osa, and Mushin Local government area are bringing in more money than entire Ghana. Please check your facts before you post nonsense.

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  3. Wow… Reno this is so shameful. It’s a demonstration of bereft of knowledge he is on how economies work. Apart from the purchasing power argument, Ghana revalued its current (removed some zeros from cedis) some years ago.

    I think you should just relocate to Ghana.

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  4. Wow… Reno this is so shameful. It’s a demonstration of how bereft of knowledge he is on how economies work. Apart from the purchasing power argument, Ghana revalued its currency (removed some zeros from cedis) some years ago.

    I think you should just relocate to Ghana.

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  5. i don’t knw whats wrong with people u want better life u don’t want to suffer fr it ,life aint a bed of roses na ,we need to endure to b ensured

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  6. People commenting should go back to Ghana economy. Ghana re-denominate its currency by eliminating two zeros. 100 cedis became 1 cedi. 1000 became 10 cedis.
    But what can 5 cedis buy in Ghana or in Nigeria. Ghana is a small country compared with Nigeria. Nigeria problems are corruption and lack of exportation to other countries .

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