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  • marc umeh

    I am glad he is lending his powerful voice to those who argued that successive nigerian govts had embarked on economic policies that were doomed to failure.
    The solution is not far- fetched. Every policy maker should ask themselves if a policy encourages enterpreunship or destroy the fabric of our society by encouraging laziness , fraud , corruption etc. If the answer is yes then the policy must be revised. From forex to oil subsidy this test was not met and billions were lost.

  • walter enang

    Since Booharry is not in charge of Nigeria economy, only the cash, it is my uncle Bassey Okon who should be blamed.