Since the Bank of Ghana (BoG) hinted at eliminating the circulation of some cedi notes, Ghanaians’ reactions have been mixed.

According to the central bank, the ¢1 and ¢2 notes will gradually be phased out due to the poor handling of the notes.

The Bank says this makes it expensive to print new notes.

Governor, Dr Ernest Addison, explained on September 27 that the two denominations will be replaced by their coin equivalents, respectively.

“The view for the longer term is to more or less get the ¢1 and ¢2 notes and use the ¢1 and ¢2 notes coins,” he said.

A cross-section of Ghanaians have made their stance known about the possible implication on their day-to-day transactions on social media.



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