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When we lose it all

A few more being uncovered has left me sad that in the many years since Advance Fee Fraud (419) stole the soul of a generation, many have yet to be wiser to the real cost of this eclipse of values and triumph of a culture of integrity shortage, for sustainable progress for all, including those perpetrating this awful breach of trust.

Utomi, Soludo insist Nigeria’s economic recession self-inflicted

A notable political economist, Prof. Pat Utomi, on Wednesday maintained that the gruelling economic recession in the country was self-inflicted, noting that wrong policy choices led to the hardships facing Nigerians.

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