The CBN did not state why the accounts were flagged but sources inform Nairametrics that it is due to suspicion of forex infractions.
The sales of forex to BDCs will inject more liquidity to the retail end of the foreign exchange market.
Gwadebe said that the pandemic caused supply disruptions as the price of crude oil went down.
Nigeria's foreign exchange reserves now stand at $36.57 billion, having increased sharply from $33.42 billion as of April 29, 2020.
Naira has depreciated against the US dollar, as it dropped from N455/$1 to N460/$1 on Thursday afternoon.
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