You are yet to see how bad our economy is until you read this

Someone sent us this and we think it calls for deep reflection on the state of the nation and our economy under President Muhammadu Buhari.

Meanwhile, however, we landed in this economic mess, bear in mind that it is not going away soon.

In fact, it is going to get worse. We cannot say how worse it is going to get.

Just look at the Nigerian naira exchange rates as compared to other smaller African countries.

South Africa: Rand 1= 79 Naira

Angola: 1 kwanza = 12 Naira

Botswana: 1 Pula = 28 Naira

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Cape Verde: 1 Escudo = 8 Naira

Algeria: 1 Dinar = 12 Naira

Egypt: 1 Pound = 35 Naira

Eritrea: 1 Nakata = 18 Naira

Ethiopia: 1 Birr = 19 Naira

Ghana: 1 Cedi = 56 Naira

Gambia 1 Dalasi = 9 Naira

Kenya: 1 shilling = 6 Naira

Liberia: 1 Dinar = 8 Naira

Lesotho: 1 Loti = 19 Naira

Libya: 1 Dinar = 156 Naira

Morocco: 1 Dirham = 176 Naira

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Madagascar: 1 Ariary = 14 Naira

Mauritius: 1 Rupee = 16 Naira

Malawi: 1 kwacha = 21 Naira

Mozambique: 1 Metical = 24 Naira

Namibia: 1 Dollar = 32 Naira

Seychelles: 1 Rupee = 22 Naira

Sudan: 1 pound = 42 Naira

Swaziland: 1 Lilangeri = 19 Naira

Tunisia: 1 Dinar = 150 Naira

Zambia: 1 kwacha = 28 Naira

As at today $1 = N504

€1 = N550

£1 =N650

N1,000,000 is less than $2,300.