“Poverty in Nigeria evinces certain characteristics worth noting and which contribute to the inflammatory nature of its politics. However, Nigeria is no longer poor, irresponsible domestic policies, consign the majority of her citizens to poverty”
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South-East has nothing to negotiate with, because it has failed to build a local economy with its huge human capital, natural resources and individual financial war chest.
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“They have deprived their young majority opportunity in education, in trade, in sports, in the economy.
“Nigeria can walk out of its own fears to a liberated country of technological advancement and civilized society but on one condition; she must engage the Igbo’s and other ethnic nationality she does not consider acceptable
“If God has blessed you, bless others. If you chose to use your wealth to torment people as a politician or whatever status you find yourself, it is your choice., Obi Cubana chose to share his blessings and they in turn brings more blessings
Njoku SaintJerry A China has taken over the world, so the best thing you can do is to move in and look for how you can tap from the vast repository of products that are available in China In few weeks from today, I will be lining up experts from China Made Industries, Logistics Chain companies and skilled entrepreneurs both Chinese and Nigerians on the China-Nigeria route for both the initiated and un-initiated in this big global market and we will be unraveling secrets behind the iron curtain of trade…
Reflections for a post-COVID recovery plan Despite decades of rhetoric on the merits of diversification, oil still represents more than 90 percent of the total value of Nigerian exports, Marco Castradori If evidence were still required, the coronavirus pandemic and the consequent nosedive of oil prices has once more reminded us of the shortcomings of Nigeria’s oil dependence. Despite decades of rhetoric on the merits of diversification, oil still represents more than 90 percent of the total value of Nigerian exports, and more than half of all government revenue, thus…
Ohanaeze, PANDEF, others demand economic diversification There is no “better time but now to commence restructuring of the country,” said President of the Middle Belt Forum (MBF) Dr PoguBitrus. He noted that by this alone could Nigeria emerge stronger prom the pandemic. By Ohaneze, PANDEF Some Nigerians yesterday intensified calls for the political and economic restructuring of the country, citing the devastating financial impact of the COVID-19 lockdown and loss of oil earnings due to the crash in oil prices.President General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo Chief John Nwodo told The Guardian…