Opinion

The Need for a Rigorous Re-think: Kemi Adeosun and Nigeria’s Debt Story, By Oluseun Onigbinde

I believe the debt debate is rooted in the fact that the Nigerian government is taking the escapist approach, raking up debt in quick numbers, rapidly forgetting where before the exit of creditors. This escapist approach of taking gradual steps on revenue, but giant footprints on debt is what is…
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Columns

Re-purposing the Discussion Around the National Debt, By Uddin Ifeanyi

We are also at the point, 10 years ago, where the threat of “fiscal dominance” was a sufficient worry to persuade government to strengthen the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) by granting it both goal and tool independence. Fiscal dominance arises when poor fiscal policy leads to a huge debt…
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Opinion

The Imperative for EFCC Probe of Nigeria’s $12billion Debt Repayment, By Odilim Enwegbara

...the irony of it all was that despite the fact that she grossly mismanaged Nigeria's economy, she was showered with the David Rockefeller Bridging Leadership Award “for her capacity to deliver on the economy and lead a difficult environment.” This forced Nigerian economy watchers to wonder who these foreign assessors…
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