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Ifeanyi Ubah: The CEO with the Deregulation wand for Naira Vs Dollar

I guess you have heard it already. The CEO of Capital Oil who was featured on this blog when he rescued us from lack of PMS, has asked President Buhari to consult him on how to make our Naira get back to N200 to a dollar. This he said on Sunday while speaking on Channels TV just as Naira was said to have fallen to compete with dollar at N400, the first time ever, making the economy plunge in scarcity.

 I love the way he answered when asked "how' he intends to achieve that. " ...that's my business and Business is secret"! Go CEO!


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