True meaning of Arabic text on Naira notes


23 March 2020


The true meaning of incorporating Arabic into the NAIRA database


You should note the Arabic inscriptions that are clearly written on the value of the naira and you will wonder why. These products can be found on the N5, N10, N20, N50, N100, N200, N500 and N1000 models.

Well, the Arabic script on the Naira data is not Arabic, but Ajami. Al-Ajami is an Arabic version of the Hausa script, and is incorporated into the Naira note to allow non-Westerners to read Al-Ajmi to know every naira and to distinguish it to facilitate business transactions. .

Ajam is an Arabic word that means mute, which all means that a person whose mother tongue is not Arabic.

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