|The value||5 найра|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
|Dimensions||130 x 72 мм|
Polymer Banknote of 5 Naira 2011 - Nigeria - World Paper Money P-38c - UNC.
Front side: Portrait Alhaji Balewa.
Abubakar tafawa balewa, local Govt (1 October 1912, Bauchi, Nigeria protectorate — January 15, 1966, Lagos, Nigeria) is a Nigerian politician, the first Prime Minister of independent Nigeria. Abubakar tafawa balewa, local Govt adhered to Pro-Western policies and was awarded from the British Queen the title of sir. He belonged to the Hausa and was repeatedly accused by representatives of other Nations in the protection of their countrymen. In 1966 a military coup overthrew him and killed him.
Reverse side: Picture of drummers in traditional costumes from the South-Eastern part of Nigeria during the festivities.
Watermark: Logo of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Issuing centre: the Central Bank of Nigeria. The banknote contains: the microtext; aligning images; images with color-changing; pseudovadonia sign as the emblem of the Central Bank of the country.
Legend obverse: "CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA5 FIVE NAIRA 2011 ALHAJI SIR ABUBAKAR BALEWA (1912-1966)".
Legend reverse: "CENTRAL BANK OF NIGERIA 5 Naira Naira Biyar Ise Naira Marun-un 5 FIVE NAIRA".