You asked: How do they change naira to Kobo?

How do you change naira to Kobo?

The naira is the currency of Nigeria. It is subdivided into 100 kobo.

Quick Conversions from Nigerian Naira to Nigerian Naira : 1 NGN = 1 NGN.

NGN NGN
₦ 500 ₦ 500.00
₦ 1,000 ₦ 1,000.00
₦ 5,000 ₦ 5,000.00
₦ 10,000 ₦ 10,000.00

How much is Kobo in naira?

1 kobo (₦0.01)

What is the difference between naira and kobo?

As nouns the difference between kobo and naira

is that kobo is a subdivision of currency, equal to one hundredth of a nigerian naira while naira is the official currency of nigeria, which replaced the pound in 1973; the principal denomination of the currency, equal to 100 kobo.

What is 2.50 naira in Kobo?

2.5 Nigerian Naira is 0.268008 Kobocoin.

How many kobo can you get in D naira?

Naira, monetary unit of Nigeria. The naira is divided into 100 kobo.

How can we change kobo to naira?

KOBO to NGN Conversion Table

  1. KOBO. = 7.96 NGN.
  2. KOBO. = 15.91 NGN.
  3. KOBO.

What is the value of 1 kobo?

Features

Country Nigeria
Value 1 Kobo (0.01 NGN)
Currency Naira (1973-date)
Composition Bronze
Weight 5.90 g
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What is Kobo in dollar?

Kobocoin (KOBO) US Dollar (USD) Conversion Table

KOBO (Kobocoin) USD (US Dollar)
1 KOBO 0.01796153 USD
10 KOBO 0.17961532 USD
100 KOBO 1.79615322 USD
1,000 KOBO 17.9615322 USD

What year did Nigeria stop using kobo coins?

Nigerian 50 kobo coin

50 kobo
Years 1991–2006
Measurements and composition
Mass 5.5 g (1991-1993) 3.5 g (2006)
Diameter 24.72 mm (1991-1993) 19.44 mm (2006)

Who is on 1 naira coin?

The founder of Nigerian nationalism, Herbert Macaulay, is on the portrait on the ₦1 coin.

Where did Nigeria print their money?

The Nigerian Security Printing and Minting Company Limited Plc is the Nigerian banknote printer and mint. It is located in both Abuja and Lagos and is majority-owned by the government of Nigeria. In addition to printing the banknotes and the postal orders of Nigeria, it has struck some of the coins of Nigeria.

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