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The Rich Kid
Honestly, I don't think it's a good idea to increase the minimum wage as demanded by the NLC. I've got my reasons please read on!
Let me warn you that all that I write today about the minimum wage are out of common sense reasoning not from some text book knowledge of Economics or something. I didn't take Economics as a subject not even as a secondary school student, yet, I tend to understand the subject so well. Perhaps it could be due to to my 'Nigerianess' I don't know,but,I know a lot about Economics!
The following reasons and many more are why I think it's a very bad idea to increase the minimum wage.




(1) It Doesn't Solve Any Problem
To so many,to be in possession of a lot of money is to solve a lot of problems.While this might seem true,unfortunately,it is not!
The battle for the minimum wage increase,for instance,has been fought and won so many times that you'll wonder why we need to do it again? The answer is simple!
No one got richer from salary increase,it only made people comfortable for just a few weeks and gradually,everyone is back to level zero or lower!

(2) It Increases the Inflation Rate
Just like the civil servants who are hoping to achieve a better living standard once they are paid their new salaries, the business man and woman too,from the small to the medium and Big businesses are no fools either! They,too, also desire a better pay and lifestyle too,they therefore,increase the prices of their goods and services so that what we have in our hands is an equivalent increase in hike of prices which is another way of saying that inflation rate goes up!
When that happens,the civil servant is no better off what he was before the increase in salaries. It's unfortunate,but that's the way it is!

(3) The Naira Suffers!

President Muhammad Buhari is reported to have promised to make the Naira equal in value to the Dollar during his first tenure. People tend to hang on to this funny political campaign promise and the opposition have used it severally to tongue lash him and the APC. It hurts coz I'm a big fan of the President,but, there's nothing I can do about it!I Just have to endure it!
The Demand for the minimum wage is one of the reasons why this feat is almost impossible to achieve.When you increase the Salary, inflation sets in and consequently,with time,the Naira suffers!
Most businesses in Nigeria today are not selling Nigerian made goods but foreign made ones. What I'm trying to make you see is that after the inflation,the business people have more Naira to trade away for more Dollars and according to the popular Demand and Supply law,over time,you'll have to pay more Naira for the Dollar,. That is, the Naira is bound to depreciate against the Dollar as a consequence of minimum wage increase!

(4) The Economy Suffers!
When the Naira suffers,the suffering of the economy is inevitable as the purchasing power of the Naira goes low. What this simply means is that you could be buying the same product you use to buy N50 at a higher price of N70 or N100 as the case may be. When this happens the citizenry begin to grumble again and in desperate need for a solution,the NLC thinks it's time to increase the minimum wage and goes on strike again!

(5) It's a Vicious Cycle!
In case you have not noticed,this is not the first time there's a clamour for increase in minimum wage. Sometimes, it's increased, other times it is not,but,the civil servants do get their take home increased most of the time....though it wouldn't be as exuberant as they had wished, they still get an increase no matter how little.But, what next after the increase? Nothing but a little break after which the problem returns stronger and tougher than ever! Then,we seek for salary increase again and the whole things begins again like a vicious cycle!
My point is that increasing the minimum wage has never served the purpose that it's meant to serve,rather, it has only 'helped' to compound our woes as a people and as a nation.We NEED to stop the vicious cycle...it's not helping at all!
My next post would be on what we can do or a lasting solution to the problem at hand!
Thanks for your time!

The Rich Kid Oct 3 · Comments: 1 · Tags: nigeria, economy, buhari, nlc, minimum wage
The Rich Kid
The Government will NOT Feed Your Family!
It is high time we broke away from the hopeless expectations we nurse for the government.An average Nigerian is waiting on the government to work some magic to turn around the economic hardship we all feel today.
I'm sorry to disappoint you,it's NEVER going to happen because,it is NEVER meant to be.No one is responsible for your up keep except yourself.The only reason behind the acceptance and promises of the politicians to make it happen is their selfish interest which is to cling to power for as long as possible and as firmly as they can.As far as they are concerned,if lying to you about things they cannot do is the way out,so be it!

Politicians Lie to Secure Your Votes
In case you haven't noticed,politicians repeat the same set of lies every electoral season.They are always out to provide you with portable water,un-interrupted power supply and good roads among other numerous empty promises they make.They have repeated these lies for far too long that we have accepted them as part of politics.But,for how long shall we fool ourselves,for how long shall we wait for things we are almost certain won't come our way?
I think we should stop fooling ourselves and stop wasting our precious time.We need to do whatever it takes to make life comfortable for ourselves and family.

This is directed particularly to the youths.Let us mind our own business!We are young and vibrant...age,energy and time is still on our side.Yes,the government always act as though they can help reduce poverty and unemployment drastically,but,I say it to you that no matter how much they try,their efforts are highly limited and further frustrated by the gigantic monster in our midst called CORRUPTION!
Unless we are pro-active and take the bull by the horn,we may have to wait till eternity with absolutely NOTHING to show for it!I see us change the status quo,develop and sustain the nation's economy with our collective efforts.Together we can do it,this is why it is important that you join the ECONOMIC REVOLUTION NOW!Follow this link to register for free now!
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Regards,
The Rich Kid

The Rich Kid Nov 8 '17 · Comments: 1 · Tags: economy, revolution, business
The Rich Kid
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The Rich Kid
We all know the kind of economic situation we find ourselves today in Nigeria,yet we still are waiting on the government to feed us.
Let's be very sincere with ourselves,the government is not meant to feed us and even if it wishes to do so,it can't, it can only cater for a very tiny fraction of our population. Most jobs are expected to be created by the private sector.
The unfortunate thing is that the bulk of investors in Nigeria who are supposed to create companies that would employ our teeming youths prefer to invest in money instruments,shares and Forex than investing on companies and industries. The technological growths and developments are not helping matters either. Machines,these days, are gradually replacing workers in companies. This is why we need to start considering such options as Network Businesses.

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The Rich Kid
We all know the kind of economic situation we find ourselves today in Nigeria,yet we still are waiting on the government to feed us.
Let's be very sincere with ourselves,the government is not meant to feed us and even if it wishes to do so,it can't it can only cater for a very tiny fraction of our population. Most jobs are expected to be created by the private sector.
The unfortunate thing is that the bulk of investors in Nigeria who are supposed to create companies that would employ our teeming youths prefer to invest in money instruments,shares and forex than investing on companies and industries. The technological growths and developments are not helping matters at all. Machines,these days are gradually replacing workers in companies. This is why we need to start considering such options as Network Businesses.
....to be continued.