The NAIRA has not lost its value as we think- Pay attention to details


The NAIRA has not lost its value as we think- Pay attention to details
One of these days I had finished with an interview and I was pretty much through with the whole typing and proof reading part and I was trying to have my breakfast but then something kept bugging me and honestly I could not place what it was (am I the only person in this?), well in the process of fixing myself breakfast these words fell out of my mouth just like that “THE NAIRA HAS NOT LOST ITS VALUE AS WE THINK”; it sounded foolish of my mind *lol* considering how the NAIRA has greatly devalued against the Pound Sterling, Euro and Dollar and here I am saying it has not lost its value just yet? (at this moment, I probably want to test the level of my sanity). In a country where you give a kid hundred box (N 100) he looks at you with utter disgust as if to say "na wa o, bros/sist. na so?" (ever met such kids?) and you are like in the beginning it was not so but here I am saying “THE NAIRA HAS NOT LOST ITS VALUE AS WE THINK”  hmmm.
The NAIRA has not lost its value as we think- Pay attention to details
Well, what if I say "the thought" of the devaluation of the NAIRA has crippled and incapacitated the mindset or permit me to say "narrowed the eyes and minds" of most bright, ambitious, zealous and smart youth who have dreams of owning their own businesses?. The situation of the Naira has been on (even though worsened recently) and it is this "mental awareness" that has awed many leading to the mind crippling and short sightedness syndrome I mentioned above. How often have you come across or heard this statement; “you can hardly buy anything these days; for you to start a business in Nigeria you need over a million naira”.
The NAIRA has not lost its value as we think- Pay attention to details
“THE NAIRA HAS NOT LOST ITS VALUE AS WE THINK”; as you know the core of our mission here at creamnaija.com is to inspire and spur you into that dream folks around you and your mind has isolated you from fancying and achieving by featuring different folks from various backgrounds with different stories with which you can relate with. From their inspiring stories and experiences, I have come to realize that with just a little or nothing these folks have soared in their various enterprise; what will you say of Chioma Uzochukwu who started her now lucrative business with a N1,000 or Aberekor Alexander who started as a student and funded his business through his pocket money or Ogbeide Oseremen who started by using his friends appliances for his jobs even Vovwe Omoko who started same as Alexander, I could go on and on because as time goes on you will see more of such individuals who are excelling with the little seed they had at a time and turned it into an oak tree. 
The NAIRA has not lost its value as we think- Pay attention to details
It is true the value of the Naira as against the Dollar and Pounds Sterling is a ridicule but my point is as start-ups you don't measure your ideas and dreams against your currency or its value worth rather you measure your ideas and dreams against your passion, drive and the in-depth knowledge (research and study) you have of the business because at the end of the day those are the things that will be the determining factor not the "VALUE OF THE NAIRA/CURRENCY" of wherever you may come from. Always pay attention to details.

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3 comments:

  1. My brother it is very good to encourage entrepreneurship. However, the reality is that we have some of the highest commercial interest rates in the world (topping 24%);a government which up to now has not successfully put in place economic development policies which can lead to self-sufficiency, and an economy based on the price of petroleum. The incoming administration must act with purpose, because if they don't bot the naira and Nigeria are in big trouble.

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  2. My brother it is very good to encourage entrepreneurship. However, the reality is that we have some of the highest commercial interest rates in the world (topping 24%);a government which up to now has not successfully put in place economic development policies which can lead to self-sufficiency, and an economy based on the price of petroleum. The incoming administration must act with purpose, because if they don't bot the naira and Nigeria are in big trouble.

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    1. Foreign business comes here and still make good business success what is there trick?what do they do differently.If we forget the idea of white collared jobs and the likes all the time and dig deep within to the little drops of water ideas that might make an ocean we will never know how far we can go 'We can manifest, But first we must believe'

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