The Occupy Ojota Movement made January 2012 as eventful as it was profound. Both for the Nigerian economy and Government.
The social contract between the governing and the Governed was pushed to the limit. By reducing the subsidy and maintaining the PPPRA infrastructure, the country has taken all the pain and yet no gains.
The subsidy issue remains as "Work in Progress" which must be addressed sooner rather than later. Bismarck Rewane takes a look at the macro-economic consequences of seven days of hell and the Nigerian spring at the LBS Executive Breakfast Session this month.