A friend, Godwin Uduak Inua said to me: "When morning break, you go teh dem Good Morning". I found this both hilarious and inspiring. That pidgin proverb addresses 3 classes of people we (@ Jabborro PR ) encounter in our marketing programme, the Affordable Land Offer. The first are Akwa Ibom people in the diaspora, who for 3 months had the opportunity to buy a plot of 500 square meters at $1400, thanks to the fall of the Naira. They foot-dragged. Now they have to buy same size at $1944.44, as the Naira is becoming stronger. That's $544 more. More bad news: the Naira is rising towards N250 to the Dollar, says analysts and per feelers from the office of the VP. If they bought now, they could save themselves $856 per plot. Second class are Akwa Ibom people who lament the takeover of lands in Uyo by what they call 'strangers'. They have enough to commit in investment, but they'd rather 'save for rainy days'