Nigeria may go bankrupt

By Eze Onyekpere   The Federal Government’s retained revenue, which is the actual revenue realised before its augments with borrowed and deficit financing resources, is dwindling by the day. It is dwindling when compared with the expenditure and the need for investment in all sectors of the economy. However, the surprise is that this low revenue to expenditure situation is not making the headlines. We are stuck with headlines about permutations on the 2023 presidency, one year after the 2019 elections, incessant killings and corruption in high places. Nigeria is going bankrupt and it seems no one in a position

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