Search Christopher Okoli Financially educating the uninformed in a fast moving global currency devaluation war. MenuSkip to contentOpen Search Real Objective of Python Dance 2 Objective of Python Dance 2Has it ever occurred to Nigerians that “The Python Dance 2” might be a prelude to the Nigerian army coming back to power? All the army […]
Today, Nigeria can be described as a Boeing 787 that is loaded with 600 passengers and tons of deadly explosives, whose pilot just had a sudden heart attack and the copilot who is new to the cockpit with zero knowledge of flight time has appealed to the passengers and the control tower on how to safely land the plan with minimal casualties.
Martin Luther King Jr. once said that “if you haven’t found something worth dying for, you aren’t fit to be living”. What is life all about without the ability and the emotional willingness for individuals to make sacrifices for the betterment of others? All Christians believed that the essence of life is centered on divine LOVE that will encourage individuals to make sacrifices for one another; perhaps, this was one of the reasons God sent His only begotten son to come and die for humanity thereby setting us free all from the LAW (total freedom).
For decades, African leaders did their best to continually mismanage the continent’s resources, thereby, contributing to the underdevelopment of the once great continent. However, Military interventions in the governance of member countries helped to create powerfully dreaded, untouchable and fearful dictators that destroyed democratic institutions of checks and balances with treasuries’ looting spree, making chronic corruption acceptable means of modern businesses in the continent.
Nigeria and some other African countries are now borrowing money simply to pay salaries of the political elites and at the same time, trying to save their downward sliding currencies. This monetary policy is actually adding more fire power to the BIG BOMBS heading to the continent because other countries are devaluing their currencies to have distinctive advantage over the shrinking export market at the same time African countries are trying to shore up the values of their unproductive and inflated currencies.