ZAAD & eDahab the problem within – BY Abdirahman Osman


It is worth to begin ” If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem” this quotation implies that an idling state deepens the loophole of a crisis. Not every problem require all-hands-on deck, but far too many, do too little.

Mankind are in an egoistic state by nature govern by boundless desire to stand taller among their equals. Nihilsm is the rejection of all, but , self-centred, self-proud, self-regulated, an infinite inward of me, that leads to a territory where the practice of insanity is the norm.

I maintain that a free flowing market must be preserve, however, I repetitive argue that there is no such a thing of absolute freedom, but freedom within the law.

ZAAD/E-Dahab are virtual mobile financial systems that flourishes under the radar and have no means to test. The claim that ZAAD/E-Dahab have nothing to do with the inflation are negated on the bases that they are the sole arbitrary of causal-effect assumptions.

From simplistic view, inflation is the rate (%) at which the general price level of goods and services rise, causing purchasing powers to fall. Restricting one service from the market $, causes steady demand and inadvertent excess supply of another service SLSH into the market. The result is demand-pull inflation where the local currency freely falls at will ( depreciation ) and prompts sharp rise of commodity prices.

ZAAD/E-Dahab critics suggest, that they are mere digital numbers circulating up in the air, thus, limiting the platform at which $ flexes its muscles naturally and flooding into the market unappreciated SLSH in epic proportions.

It is premature to point all fingers at ZAAD/E-dahab service as the sole reason of inflation, but it is naive to take them out of the equation too. There are endemic and perhaps diverse reasons at the root of inflation, but it is time to share responsibility and accept a bigger slice of the causal-effect evidences.

The problem within….. Continues.

Part two.

We will conserve the empirical causal-effect points found at part one and integrate with quantifiable evidence in part two.

We will run an imaginary sample data and extrapolate in order to test the Null Hypothesis. If permitted we  will draw regression line and check the validity of Heteroscedasticity/Homoscedasticity.


Abdirahman Osman