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Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by CodeTemplar: 2:41pm On Mar 16
Which contributed most to our inflation?

1. Petrol subsidy removal.
2. Naira devaluation/floating.
3. Corruption.
4. Printing of N30 Trillion.
5. Global trend of inflation.
6. Low local production.
7. Indebtedness.



I think printing of around N30 trillion is.
Followed by low local production. What do you guys think?
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by BeninRefugees: 2:48pm On Mar 16
subsidy have not been removed

I think it's majorly

2,3,4 and 5
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by CodeTemplar: 3:29pm On Mar 16
BeninRefugees:
subsidy have not been removed
I think it's majorly
2,3,4 and 5
Technically, it is still there but the initial withdrawal sent prices up no doubt and floating of naira cemented that spike.
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by VinnyBaba: 4:28pm On Mar 16
What else other than Fuel Subsidy Removal by the DRUGGIE Man in Aso rock. 😕🤷

When the price of fuel was N200, Prices were relatively Stable. smiley

But as Ebola announced that Useless Policy on May 29th,
Transport Costs Spiked and It Affected Traders and Manufacturers who now Inflated the Prices of their Goods! undecided

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Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by NwaNimo1(m): 4:40pm On Mar 16
8 Dangote

9) Tinunomics

10)The devil


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Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by Godfullsam(m): 4:55pm On Mar 16
Corruption
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by nnewsnjobs: 5:00pm On Mar 16
Number 8 is the master of them all, it is the main factor that cause.

8. Tinubu

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Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by mrvitalis(m): 5:05pm On Mar 16
Tinubu had all the information he needed yet made a horrible situation worse by his rash decision all in a bid to look as smart as Peter Obi

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Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by Bullfallo(m): 5:21pm On Mar 16
Increases of fuel price over 350%.

It has never happened anywhere else in the world. Such economy will never remain the same again.

Also naira devaluation. This one happened to be the worst among them.
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by Melagros(m): 5:45pm On Mar 16
COMRADES, honestly, apc is the cause because there not good economists in that devilish party
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by ElSudani: 6:53pm On Mar 16
mrvitalis:
Tinubu had all the information he needed yet made a horrible situation worse by his rash decision all in a bid to look as smart as Peter Obi

Only an Obidient would suggest that a first class graduate in Accounting wanted to appear as smart a second class Philosophy graduate

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Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by EmiloCorn: 7:03pm On Mar 16
ElSudani:


Only an Obidient would suggest that a first class graduate in Accounting wanted to appear as smart a second class Philosophy graduate

I admire this reply. You are a very valued member of the movement. Keep hitting them with our propaganda and turn-arounds at every juncture. You are doing very well cool
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by CodeTemplar: 6:09pm On Mar 17
I left oil sales volume out because oil was already booked by Buhari when he used future oil in the ground to collect loans.
Re: Which Of These Contributed Most To Inflation? by Pgirigory: 6:18pm On Mar 17
VinnyBaba:


What else other than Fuel Subsidy Removal by the DRUGGIE Man in Aso rock. 😕🤷

When the price of fuel was N200, Prices were relatively Stable. smiley

But as Ebola announced that Useless Policy on May 29th,
Transport Costs Spiked and It Affected Traders and Manufacturers who now Inflated the Prices of their Goods! undecided
Take your family members to quarantine centers near you eze-chukwu bola ahmed Tinubu will take care of them and feed them free of charge, because we heard ebola is no longer in Nigeria but where you see your own is left with you, pandemic and epidemic is not tolerated in Nigeria and should not remain in your life and family

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