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A Must Read Re:Nigeria Currency Is Devaluating by alexander016: 11:35pm On Sep 08, 2021
The rate at which our currency is devaluating in this so called country is getting out of hand. seriously, just imagine some years back,if i could recall properly one doller equals one naira when we still make use of coins (which the white people still make use of till date) but it's dis-heartning as our naira is now regarded as chicken-feed in well known and well developed countries.It is very important that we take action;not us but the federal government to ensure and create a more effective price control borads to check and Curtail any form of exploitation of consumers by retailers,wholesellers and traders.Thereby creating a medium where self-pricing and artificial scarcity is No more a economic problem.
Thanks for reading......

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