Lagos - A cross-section of Nigerians have revealed the real reasons Nigerians did not boycott banking services on Tuesday, March 1.
This move was announced by the Consumer Advocacy Foundation of Nigeria (CAFON) urged Nigerians to protest against alleged arbitrary charges by declaring a 'No Banking Day'
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The non-profit-making organisation who said it would mobilize bank customers to boycott banking services nationwide, failed to achieve its aim.
This comes weeks after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) imposed N50 on customers as compulsory stamp duty on deposits of N1 000 and above.