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|Ways To Survive In Nigeria Today by mayreambarry: 12:53pm On Apr 22, 2016|
This article was first published on thestylebugblog.
Whoever could have predicted the state of the economy today after the change we so desperately sought after in the country was granted!
With a new government and the aggression with which it fought the corrupt state which has eaten deep into the system today, we all started living in a fool’s paradise. Thinking the price of petroleum will probably fall to 20 naira per litre, thinking we’ll be privy to electricity at least 20 hours in a day or that a dollar will be the equivalent of a naira.
We concluded things couldn’t be as bad, since we were considered the largest economy in Africa, an oil rich country, the purported giant of Africa, but alas, the fuel queues wouldn’t disappear, there was no hope in getting PHCN to turn on power for at least 20 mins in a week, the heat emanating from the sun rays has become increasing unbearable, well-paying jobs have become scarce and the foreign exchange rate has become heartbreakingly high.
Hence, our survival instinct has to kick in. Here are a few tips on how to survive in the face of the economic instability plaguing our beloved country:
1. Start a business to address unemployment
2. Reduce or stop foreign purchase
4. Maintain the Nigerian sense of humour
5. Protect yourself from heat
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