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16 reasons why the Nigerian Naira will continue to depreciate

16 reasons why the Nigerian Naira will continue to depreciate

The naira has continued to fall despite huge FX sales from CBN and recently crashed beyond NGN500. Here are 16 reasons why the Nigerian naira will continue to crash and go beyond its current sorry rate as shared by a Facebook user with credit to Oni Gbolabo:

1. Appreciation and depreciation of the currency is not related to race or color or who is the president be it Hausa Igbo or Yoruba. It is basically about the production of goods and services and the demand for your products in the world market. A confused country that produces almost nothing will never meet up, policies only control your currency not the value of another countries currency against yours. 
2. A country where over 500 industries died within 30 years must be stupid to complain of depreciation of her currency. We keep killing local industries and expect policies to make it up, it’s a joke sir. Don’t use China as an example if depreciating currencies and strong economy, China produces and may attract more export with that strategy, unlike Nigeria that produces nothing. 
3. A country where someone carried $2+billion simply to be shared is already a doomed one in terms of monetary policy and value. A country that produces Dizeani and Bafarawa who spent billion to appease demons. That money without economic value is an economic poison injected into the system. 
4. A country that favors importation over local production is doomed because it creates employment for another country while sacking its own citizens. Some people are working in Michelin and Dunlop somewhere, yet we use the tyre here. Don’t tell me the principle of comparative advantage here, it’s not applicable. 
5. A country that exports all raw materials without adding value is shameless to talk of depreciation of the currency, to later re-import finished products of that materials is the peak of daftness. A bag of cocoa will go for like N1 million naira but when it is processed it will worth around N7million.  Even farmers who produced raw cocoa can’t buy chocolate. 
6. A country that deliberately operates a banking system that gives loans to importers at the expense of local industries is doomed and should say nothing about depreciation. Most of the loans are given to senators and representatives, not industrialists. 
7. A country that gives loans of billions to the agric sector without monitoring & evaluation of such loans on how it gets to the real farmers is a sham. A guy collected over N2 billion agric loan, he bought a jeep, built a nice house, and use the rest to import processed pork. Meanwhile, local pork farmers are dying here. Is that not a double tragedy, stressing forex at the same time killing local industries. 
8. A country that spends more on a few privileged politicians at the cost of the populace who are unemployed should not talk about money depreciation. A country that keeps paying NNPC staff N10 billion as salaries every month when a single drop of petrol was not processed shout shut up about depreciation of the currency. Crime is rising as value added to the initial failure.
9. A country where it is difficult for investors to register businesses because of the government officials demanding bribes. Right from the airport, to hotel, to minister to governors investors will bribe, all these are part of the cost of investment. A friend brought an investor on estate development just for the state commissioner in charge to demand 30% of the investment. To see the governor in a state will cost you N2 million as a bribe before you can be scheduled. This is a state as poor as anything. 
10. A country where the cost of traveling for treatment abroad by officials will build world-class hospitals should not talk about naira against dollar parity. Money taken to that trip is part of the stress on forex. Same as forex spend on pilgrimage, let religion fanatics keep off me here. Without going to Mecca or Jerusalem you can still make heaven. You waste forex on pilgrimage to later be talking rubbish about forex.  
11. A country where few people have access to the federal reserve and those few can get loans are not because of what they can produce but the connection they have, is that country not gone already?
12. A country where we import what we produce because it’s cheaper over there is gone. 
13. A country that has arable land, teaming idle youths, and still complains of hunger should not talk about currency depreciation. It’s annoying.
14. A country where free money flows can never control the inflow and outflow of forex. Imagine someone who wants to hide his loot went to Aboki to buy dollars worth $50 million just to hide it in the basement of his house. That money has no economic value yet it deprived those companies that need it to import raw materials, those companies go to Aboki to buy at an exorbitant price. 
15. A country where strong bank owners can influence shares from within the Stock Exchange room to inflate their shares worths from N20 to N150, crash the same share to N30, and ready to buy it back at N28 all within a year. Forget it, currency will never appreciate in such an economy. 
16. A country where banks are involved in round-tripping and inflated cost to siphon money is doomed.  A company wants to import caterpillar worths $50,000. A bank made the forex $550,000 meanwhile no caterpillar was imported at last yet the money faded into private accounts. Who strained the forex in that case?
©️Oni Gbolabo

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