The Nigerian currency is a popular way to exchange currencies in the African continent.
But is it the most widely used?
Here are the top 10 currencies in Africa.1.
Naira Nairas (Naira) Nairals are the name of the currency, which is in the Nairan language.
It’s the national currency of the region.
It is issued by the government of Nairobi, the capital city of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).2.
Dzanga Kwekes (Dzanga) Dzangas are a group of currencies.
It was founded in the 1950s and is the official currency of South Africa.
It has no formal monetary unit, but instead is a basket of five currencies that are widely used in the country.3.
Mwenda Mwendles (Mwenda) Mwendas are a currency in the Democratic Democratic Republic (DDR).
It is the second-oldest and is issued with the government’s backing.
It represents one-third of all African currencies.4.
Benin Mwende (Benin) Benin’s Mwendi is a form of Mwandan, which means “the most precious”.
It was established in 1852, and is currently the second oldest form of currency in Africa after the United States dollar.5.
Burundi Mwebere (Burundi) Burundians are also known as Mwembe, which stands for “the precious metal”.
It is a small metal called tungsten that is used to make some of the country’s most valuable metal objects.
It also has a high degree of independence from the central government, which also controls the currency.6.
Mozambique Mwabe (Mozambique) Mozambiquans are a region of central Africa, which has been largely untouched by the global economic downturn.
They are known for their abundance of natural resources and the high level of literacy in their society.
It does have a strong central bank, but the country is still struggling to recover from the financial crisis of 2008-2009.7.
Rwanda Mwabere (Rwanda) Rwanda is a region with a strong, independent central bank.
It controls the national debt, which can be used to purchase commodities and to finance the national budget.8.
Tanzania Mwaba (Tanzania) Tanzania is also known for its natural resources, with a rich history in mining, agriculture and tourism.
It became a country in the 1970s, and it has a strong and independent central banking system.9.
Chad Mwabo (Chad) Chad is a country with a long history and rich mineral deposits.
It began as a French colony in 1796 and is now one of the most important countries in Africa for its diamond-rich diamonds and diamonds-related industries.10.
Beni Aymara (Beni) Beni is the name given to the capital of Beni, which translates to “the rich”, the name is taken from the region’s rich gold and diamond deposits.
It was the first African country to have a currency with the name Beni.