Top 5 Countries Where The Nigerian Naira Will Make You Live Like King (No. 5 Is More Popular Than Nigeria)

Nigerians regard our currency as a low standard currency that does not have value in any country of the world.

Comparing it with dollars, the Nigerian currency is quite low but something many of us don’t know is that it goes like that for other countries, whose currencies are lower than Nigeria’s currency.

Luckily for us, there are many countries that our currency is greater than. Therefore Naira is not such a low standard currency as many think it is.

In no particular order, see the top 5 countries where you can live like a king with Nigeria currency.

1. INDONESIA

Indonesia is one of the most populated countries of the world, in fact, it is the fourth most populated country, more populated than Nigeria.

The Indonesian currency is called the Indonesian Rupiah

1 Nigerian Naira is equal to 37.98 Indonesian Rupiah

2. VIETNAM

Vietnam is one of the famous and popular Asian countries in the world.

It is also a top tourist centre. It’s currency is the Vietnamese Dong.

I Nigerian is worth 60.4 Vietnamese Dong

3. VENEZUELA

Venezuela is one of the largest America countries in terms of landmass.

It is a South America country located at the North East of the South American coast.

The currency of Venezuela is Venezuelan Sovereign Bolivar

I Nigerian Naira is equal to 1348 Venezuelan Sovereign Bolivar.

4. LAOS

Laos is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is a perfect destination for Tourism.

The currency used in Laos is known as the Laotian Kip.

1 Nigerian Naira is worth 24.22 Laotian Kip.

5. IRAN

Iran is one of the top Islamic countries in the world.

It is sited on a large plateau, that is its feet is higher than it’s neighbours.

It contains a large population of people. According to my research, their currency is known as the Iranian Rial.

1 Nigerian naira is equal to 110 Iranian Rial.

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