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    Why Soludo Is Wrong On Buhari’s Economic Policy (1)

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    The former CBN governor Chukwuma Charles Soludo has done it again. He has accused the Buhari administration of not having a clear economic direction. Soludo, we all know, is obsessed with attention-seeking and saying things he from time to time labels as economics. Once he feels not getting enough attention or has been forgotten by…

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    Are Oil Prices Volatile Or Manipulated? (2)

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    Secretly meeting on February 21, 1972 in Beijing with his Chinese counterpart chairman, Mao Zedong, the US President, Richard Nixon, sought China’s help in America’s eagerness to defeat the Soviet Union in the Cold War, a war Rockefeller and his military-industry-complex cartel sponsored and benefited from both sides. Demanding to know what China had to…

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  • Are Oil Prices Volatile Or Manipulated? (1)

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    From the onset, Washington recognised the immense strategic role oil should play in powering global economy. As a major source of energy, any nation that has monopoly over its supply and pricing definitely should have monopoly over the global economy itself. Desirous to see Europe hand off global oil, Washington sponsored the WWI. Since the…

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    Revisiting Nigeria’s Revenue Sharing Formula

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    Every time I hear that the three tiers of government in Nigeria are fighting over revenue sharing formula, my heart bleeds. It bleeds not only because these tiers of government are fighting over what they never generated but also because these politicians are fighting for more money that will go into their private purses. They…

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    Nigeria Needs Stringent Budget Deadlines

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    As Nigeria’s perennial budgetary battle rages, no one asks the obvious question, which is: Why should modern economies around the world have stringent deadlines on their budgetary matters while Nigeria  leaves its budgetary matters at the discretion of some unelected technocrats, who have held our economy to ransom? Put differently, if modern economies’ budgets are…

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