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The Economy and the Bogey of 100 Days

The Economy and the Bogey of 100 Days

    The convention of examining a new government after 100 days in office seems not only disturbing but also misleading. While many, if not all, politicians aspiring for office promise goodies to the people within 100 days, if elected, one should not lift the issue to undue prominence. Governance is a continuous process; hence

The Central Bank, Devaluation and The Economy

The Nigerian economy is under enormous stress, depending on the kind of socio-economic fundamentals being examined. Some commentators perceive that since the growth rate is positive (almost 6 per cent) and inflation is single-digit (8.6 per cent) and foreign exchange could cover at least 3 months of imports, then the economy is on the right

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