See 5 African Currencies Higher Than The Nigerian Naira Note.
Here are five African currencies higher than the Nigerian naira note, starting from lowest to highest.
5.The Botswana Pula
The Pula is Botswana’s official currency and it is the fifth-highest currency on our list. The Botswana Pula is valued because of the country’s strong economy and moderately stable democracy.
Currency code- BWP
Subunit- 100 thebe
Banknotes- 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 Pula
Issuance- Central bank of Botswana
1 Botswana Pula= 33.23 Nigerian Naira
4.The Moroccan Dirham
The Moroccan dirham is the official currency of Morroco and it is the de-facto medium of exchange in the Western Sahara region. Its de-facto state makes it the 4th highest currency in Africa.
Currency Code- MAD
Subunit- 100 centime
Banknotes- 20, 50, 100, and 200 dirhams
Issuance- Bank Al-Maghrib(Bank of Morroco)
1 Moroccan dirham= 40.16 Nigerian Naira
3.The Ghana Cedis
The Ghana Cedi is the official currency of Ghana. This West African country holds the 3rd spot on our list due to its GDP per capita, which is the highest in West Africa.
Currency Code- GHS
Subunit- 100 pesewa
Banknotes- GH¢ 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200
issuance- Central Bank of Ghana
1 Ghanaian cedi= 67.22 Nigerian Naira
2. Tunisian Dinar
The second highest currency in Africa is the Tunisian Dinar. It is the official currency of Tunisia. The country formerly used the French Franc as its currency for many years. But in 1960, the country replaced the Franc with Dinar after its independence. Tunisia’s monetary policy to export or import Dinars or convert them to other currencies has enabled them to be among the highest in Africa.
Currency code- TND
Subunit- 100 million
Banknotes- 5, 10, 20 dinars
Issuance – Central Bank of Tunisia
1 Tunisian Dinar= 136.25 Nigerian Naira
The Libyan Dinar is currently the highest and most valued currency in Africa. The Libyan Dinar is almost equivalent to the US Dollar and it is the official currency of Libya. In Libya, the CBL has a program that only sells a limited number of Dollars to its citizens. Despite the ongoing war in the country they still managed to keep their economy and currency strong.
Currency Code- LYD
Subunit- 1000 dirham
Banknotes- 1, 5, 10, 20, and 50 dinars
Issuance- Central Bank of Libya.
1 Libyan Dinar=275.48 Nigerian Naira
1 Libyan Dinar= 0.71 US Dollar
There are other several currencies higher than the Nigerian Naira, but I will be stopping with these five.