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The Cbn Gov Must Do This by LikeAking: 12:14am On May 12, 2020
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The main reason why the Naira keeps depreciating is because the government of Nigeria and the economic/financial managers of the economy play strictly by the rule books of class room economics.

They are too quick to devalue the Naira to negative territories when ever there is a slight economic problem.This is has a result of lack of intelligence, lack of patriotism and wickedness,i guess.

Every nation has the right to set the value of the currencies independently,so the CBN gov and co better use this law in the favor of Nigeria, not otherwise.

The CBN is to quick to devalue the naira,they should learn how to play the games other smart countries have been using to sustain the value of their currencies.

We must defend the naira the way the north African nations have been defending theirs for years.We shouldn't let IMF/World bank to call the shots this guys are evil.

Their are some arab/north African nations with worse GDP,poor economic management,low manufacturing and over dependent on a source of national revenue than Nigeria, yet the value of their currency is way higer than the Naira.We even have a stronger manufacturing economy than them,imagine that.

Nigeria is the second largest economy in Africa not Egypt/Morroco/Tunisia etc,but their currencies have a higer value than the naira.

Defend the naira.



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Re: The Cbn Gov Must Do This by LikeAking: 12:23am On May 12, 2020
May we never tell our children the same storiesour parents told us.

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Re: The Cbn Gov Must Do This by LikeAking: 12:24am On May 12, 2020
Our mumu don do.

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Re: The Cbn Gov Must Do This by LikeAking: 12:28am On May 12, 2020
@ the CBN gov.
Think out side the pit.

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Re: The Cbn Gov Must Do This by Petrodirect: 5:51am On May 12, 2020
Okay

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Re: The Cbn Gov Must Do This by ShadowM(m): 5:05pm On May 13, 2020
You said 'MUST' . I have a few questions for you:

1, Can you force him? Do you have any control over him?

2, What will you do if he decides not to do it?

3, Can you write without aggressive titles? If yes then try.
Re: The Cbn Gov Must Do This by LikeAking: 11:14am On May 14, 2020
ShadowM:
You said 'MUST' . I have a few questions for you:

1, Can you force him? Do you have any control over him?

2, What will you do if he decides not to do it?

3, Can you write without aggressive titles? If yes then try.

It's a must,because the future of h nation is endangered by lack of astute intelligent actions/thoughts.

Playing the game by the rule book,is a no,no, when it comes to economics

We must fix our own exchange rates,and also correct the wrong impression about the Nigerian economy.

We are not doing badly as they think and they should also stop comparing their development with our development.

The CBN gov must do this,else $1 will be = 25/30k in the next 20 years.

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