The Naira rebounded slightly to 380 per United States dollar on the back of sustained dollar injection by the Central Bank of Nigeria.
The gain came two days after local unit deprecated to 381/dollar.
The local unit had also closed at 381/dollar last Friday, having closed at 380/dollar consecutively between last Tuesday and Thursday.
The naira closed at 305.45 to the dollar on the interbank market on Wednesday. It was quoted at 382 per dollar at a trading window for investors.
The central bank has continued to supply dollars into the foreign exchange market.
The CBN injected $205m into the forex market on Monday. Last Monday, the regulator offered 457.3m into various segments of the forex market.