The eNaira speed wallet application, which was pulled down from Google Play store on Wednesday, is now fully back online, after 24 hours of it’s exit from Google.
According to Osita Nwanisobi, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, spokesperson, on Thursday, said the temporary exit of the eNaira app from Google play store, was to tackle some hiccups encountered during app upgrade so as to ensure it’s optimal functionality.
The eNaira speed wallet, same as electronic Naira, has since its presence on Google Play store, attracted over 100,000 prospective users, before it was ‘off the radar.’
However, comments/reviews from Nigerians about the registration process on the eNaira app, namely, eNaira speed wallet and eNaira speed merchant wallet, has so far, been unfriendly, because of the hitches some Nigerians said they encountered during the registration processes which is a part of the requirements for having e-Naira account.
Tech experts are also of the opinion that, Google Play, has the right to remove an app from its store, if feedbacks from it users are negative or if such app violates it policies.