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Saving Igbo and the Ahia Ngwugwu Theory

Many of the world’s more than 6,500 languages have been classified as endangered. As globalization crystallizes, language endangerment has become a serious problem facing nations. Recent UNESCO studies project that the Igbo language could go extinct in the next 50 … Continue reading

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Recession, economic bubble and Nigeria

Nigeria is officially in recession. The simplest way to know an economy has fallen into recession is if macroeconomic indicators fall. Some of those macroeconomic indicators are real gross domestic product (GDP), real income, employment, industrial production, wholesale-retail sales, etc. … Continue reading

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Nigeria: Dutch disease, and a free fall economy

This blog is not about president Buhari, it’s about resourcing and managing public goods in Nigeria.  I’m now used to this disclaimer whenever I comment on salient economic issues in Nigeria, because certain set of people who used to appreciate … Continue reading

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Towards the development of an industry cluster in Aba – steps for an easy win

Recent calls for the Federal Government of Nigeria to support the establishment of an industry cluster in Aba, is by no means out of place. Aba is a model metropolis, boosting arrays of opportunity, untapped talents and economic potentials. There … Continue reading

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