After a 24-hour disappearance, the eNaira Speed Wallet app is reappeared back on Google Play Store.
The app went missing on Wednesday from the Google Store after its launch on Monday.
It met with criticism as users struggled to link their emails and BVNs.
Before it went offline, the app had been downloaded by over 100,000 persons.
The CBN spokesperson, Mr. Osita Nwanisobi, had said the app went missing because of an upgrade.
He had said, “There is an upgrade going on at the moment by Google; try in the next few hours.”
The app was missing from Wednesday morning but was restored on Thursday at about 1 pm.
To confirm if the app was upgraded, one of our correspondents checked the information of the eNaira Speed Wallet app on the Google store.
The app info showed that the app was last updated on Wednesday.
A mobile developer had earlier said that the app could have gone missing from the store for a number of reasons.
According to the developer, it could also be because the app had flouted one of Google’s policies or because the developers took it down.
From the latest update available on the Google Play Store on Thursday, the app recorded over 100,00 downloads.
CBN to commence eNaira sensitisation in Gombe, Bayelsa, four others
Meanwhile, the CBN on Thursday disclosed plans to engage target groups in selected states to facilitate their economic empowerment and financial inclusion.
The states are Gombe, Bayelsa, Ebonyi, Jigawa, Niger, and Oyo which the bank identified as having the highest number of financially excluded women and youths in the country.
According to a statement issued by the bank, the program, among other things, is aimed at creating awareness on the Central Bank Digital Currency and its benefits.
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