Oil Spillage in Nigeria: Causes and Solution

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The negative effect of oil spillage on Nigerian cannot be over emphasized, in terms poor crops harvest, aquatic destruction and impact on human health and well-being. Many factors has been attributed as the causes of oil spillage in Niger-Delta region some of which will be discussed and solution will be proffered to policy makers for better management of the environmental Continue reading

Causes and Solution to Unemployment in Nigeria

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What is the causes and solution to unemployment in Nigeria is often a leading question among policy makers. The simple solution to unemployment in Nigeria is investment in skills. I will explain this in details. The Nigeria unemployment grew from 24.2% in January 2015 to 33.3% in July 2016. The youth unemployment is currently at 58% which is on a Continue reading

Top 10 Most Influential Economist of All Ages

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Most influential economist of all ages will give you hints on top economist whose theory have shaped our life-time. The state of the economy of a nation mostly determined the living standard of the citizens. A shambled economy will be dominated by poor standard of living, social crisis, income inequality, low or poor developmental  indicators. This is to say that Continue reading

Economics Recession in Nigeria: What you must know

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Economics recession in Nigeria, meaning, causes, solution, and precautions dominates economics discussion in Nigeria and Africa at large today. Recall, Nigeria has plunged into economics recession after witnessing -1.7 and -2.06 in the first and second quarter of 2016 (NBS). The common question Nigerians and others have been asking include: What is the cause of current economics recession in Nigeria? Continue reading

Devaluation of Nigeria Currency Causes More Harm than Good!

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Devaluation of Nigeria currency or naira have caused serious economic crisis in Nigeria economy than the solution it promises. I will explain this in details. It should be noted that devaluation works better for an economy that is more driven by commodity (processed products) export. What is Devaluation of currency? Devaluation of currency is a deliberate act by the central Continue reading

Top Nigerian Economists who has shaped the world economy

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In this article, I will share with you top Nigerian economists whose economics policy has contributed in shaping the world economy. The focus will be on their past achievement in terms of policy option, awards, education background among others. Some of the economists have held post either in Nigeria or other country of the world. The list does not in Continue reading

Charles Soludo Chukwuma CFR -1960 till Date

Professor Charles Soludo was given birth in 1960, a native of Anambra State, Nigeria. He is among the top Nigeria economist being the past governor of Nigeria Central Bank (CBN). He has also held different post in the country and past gubernatorial candidates of Anambra governorship election under the platform of PDP. Education background He is a first class graduate Continue reading

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo Iweala Profile -1954 till date

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Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala is from Ogwashi-Ukwu, Delta State, where her father Professor Chukwuka Okonjo is the Eze (King(economist)). She is by far the most prominent Nigeria economist judging by her achievement, profile and awards. She is the only Nigeria economist listed in fortune top 50 world leader. She is the only Nigeria economist that has receive greatest number of Continue reading

Tony Elumelu Onyemaechi Profile -1963 till Date

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Tony Elumelu was born in 1963 at Jos, Nigeria, he is popularly called Elumelu. He  is an economist by profession, a philanthropist, and an entrepreneur. He is also a recipient of many awards of excellence and patriotism. Educational background Elumelu obtained his first degree in economics from Ambrose Ali University and his master degree in economics from the University of Continue reading