This excellent article by(a REALLY CLUED UP fellow Nigerian), in my candid opinion, is a wake up call for those who still don’t realize that 99% of us are responsible for killing the Naira.
And unless we change our spending habits, nothing the CBN governor will significantly improve the Naira’s fortunes for the better on a sustainable basis.
Long story short: You need to curb your unhealthy appetite for foreign made tangibles and intangibles!!!
Read the full article:
You’re reading [RECOMMENDED] PLUNGING NAIRA | Bad Consumption Habits of Nigerians – and NOT the CBN or its Governor is the ROOT CAUSE [This article offers a mirror for YOU to see how you contribute to the problem!] by Tayo Solagbade, originally posted on his Daily Self-Development (SD) Nuggets™ blog. If you loved reading this post, be sure to follow Tayo on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.
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