As the demand for physical cash in Nigeria continues to increase, there are growing concerns about the scarcity of the new Naira notes, which has caused long queues and frustration at banks. This issue has raised questions about what can be done to address the crisis.

One potential solution could be for the Central Bank of Nigeria to increase the supply of physical currency by printing more Naira notes. However, this may not be a sustainable long-term solution as it could lead to inflation and a devaluation of the currency.

Another approach could be to encourage the use of electronic payment systems and reduce reliance on physical cash. This could be achieved through increased investment in digital infrastructure and the development of innovative payment platforms.

Finally, there is a need for the Nigerian government to address the root causes of the scarcity of physical cash, such as the shortage of foreign exchange reserves, counterfeiting, and the shift towards cashless transactions. By tackling these underlying issues, it may be possible to improve the availability of Naira notes and reduce the burden on banks and customers.