The company said that it had also put in place measures to address the current fuel scarcity across the country.
The committee on Sunday rejected a two-week extension for the deposit of old naira notes announced earlier in the day by Mr Emefiele.
Mr Elumelu urged the CBN to remain focused and intensify sensitisation while putting every measure in place to assist Nigerians.
Changing banknotes is not peculiar to Nigeria, but the lawmaker said “when the CBN wants to bring something sinister, we will blow the whistle.”
The bank operators are to appear on Wednesday, while the CBN governor will appear before the House on Thursday.
“I made a promise and pledge that I will serve Nigeria and Nigerians to the best of my ability.”
The party is also dismissing as false and misleading reports claiming the state high court had disqualified its candidates.
“We must unite to ensure this dangerous trend does not lead to circumstances that threaten the forthcoming elections.”
In democratic politics, these implicit bargains begin, of course, with the understandings that govern membership of political parties.
He further said, “even the policemen that were caught taking alcohol, they were not behaving erratically, they were not misbehaving.”