I never thought my obsession with the TV Series Spartacus would help me with a Stears Business article.
Alas, today, I borrow the words of Marcus Licinius Crassus. Words said just after his defeat of Spartacus, a victory blatantly stolen from him by Pompey the Great, who he would later form a legendary political alliance known as the First Triumvirate of Ancient Rome.
The past cannot be altered. The present holds but regret and loss. It is only in the days to come that a man may find solace.
You would struggle to find words that better fit the Nigerian economy. It’s been battered by two recessions, rising inflation, and its worst currency crisis in modern history, with many more economic issues continuing to plague the country today.
Following Crassus’ lead, perhaps imagining what Nigeria’s economy looks like in the future will comfort us (if not our wallets). In classic