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Author: Nwaimo Chilaka Emmanuel
Department: Economics
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

Most of the studies relating banking activities and macroeconomic behavior of many nations focused on the effect of macroeconomic instability on banking sectors. 203 more words

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Boosting the economy: CBN gives 310 youths N930m to start business

A total of 310 youths, including members of the National Youth Service Corps, on Thursday received N930m from the Central Bank of Nigeria to establish profitable ventures in different sectors of the economy. 462 more words

Letter To The President: A Plan Beats No Plan

Over the last few months I’ve been reading the book Stress Test by Former US Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner – written about the 2008-2009 global financial crises from his perspective as the head of the New York Fed and later as Obama’s finance minister. 1,700 more words

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Our Teachers Our World

Every 5th of October is marked as the day for the teachers – World Teachers’ Day and the 2016 theme is titled ‘Valuing Teachers, Improving their Status.’ Teachers are next to parents in all ramifications, and if possible, they should be accorded the same respect and courtesy that parents get from their wards. 280 more words

Before We Sell Public Assets By Obiageli Ezekwesili

As if the current unclear economic policy context was not disconcerting enough, the sudden emergence of a raging debate on the sale of public assets has escalated one’s fears that easier things seem to appear more attractive to the government. 1,915 more words


In what appears like a show of public disapproval of her father’s style of rulership of Nigeria, one of the president’s daughters, Zahrah Buhari, took to her twitter handle on the 30th September, the eve of October 1st, 2016 being the 56th anniversary of Independence  in Nigeria and stated that she was sad that her father, President Muhammadu Buhari has being ruling Nigeria using the “trial and error” approach. 375 more words


​Has President Buhari Lost The Plot? | By Ola Balogun

Many many years ago, when I was only seven or eight years old, my wonderful father, the late Barrister Olatunde Olarewaju Balogun, took a lot of time and trouble to make me learn substantial passages of an epic poem by Lord Macauley entitled; “Horatius at the Bridge”. 950 more words

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