Opinion: The Buharis, the Economist and the Candidate

By Bade Adebolu Every day is important but there are days that stand out in our lives; for me, October 15 is one of them. I wish I could tell you the significance of this day in my life but that’s too confidential for this pages of this medium. I pledged to write an article […]

Opinion: President Buhari or IMF – Who has better policy on Naira‘s elasticity

    By Emeka Chiakwelu The currency of a nation is a vanguard bulwark and safeguard to the wealth of a nation. Nigeria’s naira holds the intrinsic and inclusive value to country’s GDP and wellbeing. A deteriorated and weaken naira invites aggressive currency speculators to devour the wealth of a nation. Naira value must be […]

One Year After; Where Is the Nigerian Economy Heading?

By Uzoma Ngozi Nigeria’s overdependence on oil is one reality that President Buhari’s government has to grapple with if it will survive the crash in the global oil prices. The good news is that every challenge posed to this administration is a prospect for them to make a change, just as they promised during the […]

Opinion: Not on This One, Buhari!

By Olalekan Waheed Adigun “The royalists of the economic order have conceded that political freedom was the business of government, but they have maintained that economic slavery was nobody’s business.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936 President Buhari was in faraway London to attend an Anti-Corruption Summit when the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, made a […]

Buhari: Cleaning the Augean Stables

Augeas, the mythical king of Elis, kept great stables that held 3,000 oxen and had not been cleaned for thirty years – until Hercules was assigned the job. Hercules accomplished this task by causing two rivers to run through the stables. This story depicts two things: the misfortune of inheriting a messed up estate, and […]

Opinion: I Stand With Buhari 9 Million March: Why has the Critics suddenly found their Voice

    By Fejiro Oliver “Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president or any other public official, save exactly to the degree in which he himself stands by the country. It is patriotic to support him insofar as he efficiently serves the country. It is unpatriotic […]

Opinion: Nigeria today! The Naira, the Dollar and the heat in our houses!

  Leke Ademo I grew up in Nigeria at a time when Nigeria was still in its early developmental stage, certain areas seem to have been on a decline. It didn’t start today, it has been declining for years, but we did little about it until it became part of us. It is not just […]

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