CBN’s eNaira platform temporarily unavailable, to be restored soon
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has notified that the eNaira platform will be unavailable for some time.
This was disclosed by CBN in a Twitter thread on Thursday, confirming that the platform would be restored in no time.
CBN added that the platform is presently undergoing upgrade to enhance the user experience.
“Dear valued customers, we apologise for the current unavailability of eNaira services, which is due to an ongoing improvement maintenance activity,”
“Our technical team is working hard to complete the enhancement process in the next few hours.
“While we regret any inconvenience customers may experience in the interim, we do appreciate your kind feedback and patience as we all strive to improve the user experience with the eNaira.
“We assure you that the eNaira platform will be back online soonest to serve you better. Please bear with us.” the tweet read.
In another development, Flutterwave, Africa’s leading payments technology company, has included eNaira as a payment option for merchants in a bid to boost the adoption of the digital currency.
Flutterwave in a statement on Thursday said over one million merchants now accept naira payments from their customers.
“We are confident that this number will grow further as we continue to innovate and expand,” the statement partly read.