Gene Kerrigan: Psst . . . fancy €100K for being stupid?
Nama was supposed to get credit flowing, not maintain failed developers in luxury, writes Gene Kerrigan
Would you like a job paying a hundred grand a year? Any clown can get one of those. In fact, it helps to be a clown. For we speak now, as you may suspect, of that spectacular country within a country, the Wonderful Land of Nama.
Probably you haven't given Nama a great deal of thought lately, what with the country falling apart. But Nama hasn't gone away, you know.
What's Nama for? There was a time when we bothered to ask that question. Now Nama just sails on, almost ignored, spending countless millions in pursuit of something or other.