The fall of the naira has greatly affected prices of commodities. From the manufacturers to the retailers, prices of goods have increased tremendously.
So when we buy goods expensively at wholesale price, to stay in business we tend to sell expensively at retail price.
Nigeria is a depen [...]
Most of the commodities we use in Nigeria are either imported or have one or two imported materials used in manufacturing it.
As such, the fall of the naira means increase in the value of the currency of the country which they are imported from.
If we [...]
No matter the economy of a jungle, a lion will never feed on grass. The fall of naira is really disturbing as it is not beneficial to the economy.
But devaluation of the naira will change the mentality of Nigerians to strictly value what they have. It would however not be as easy as wha [...]
The fall of the naira has tremendously affected the price of goods and services lately. It has caused inflation beyond measure and greatly inconvenienced the masses, especially the common man.
Several persons have tried to either justify or criticize the so-called change that everyone once clam [...]
As the call on the Federal Government to re-invent its fiscal policies continue, and Nigerians await quick solutions to rescue the Naira from plunging further, local businesses and individuals are already bearing the brunt of the exchange crisis. As a predominantly importing country, Nigeria is suscep [...]
Senator Solomon Ewuga was in the 7th Senate and a one-time Minister of State FCT. In this interview with Chuks NZEH, the Nassarawa-born politician speaks on issues of national importance. Excerpts:
The recent Supreme Court verdicts on some governorship elections are being criticis [...]
Hon. Opeyemi Bamidele was a former Ekiti state governorship candidate under the Labour Party. He was also the member representing Ado-Ekiti/Irepodun/ Ifelodun federal constituency at the National Assembly. In this interview with journalists in Abuja, the former lawmaker and a chieftain of the ruling A [...]
I think if the government implements existing educational policies, it would be of benefit to us as individuals and also to the nation at large.
Firstly Nigerians’ knowledge will be respected and needed. Also, the quality of graduates produced will lead to higher demand and respect for Ni [...]
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