Felix Oti's Blog – December 2018 Archive (2)

Nigeria: Tapping Into the Economic Opportunities of an Election Season

During the recently concluded party primaries in Nigeria, I posted a couple of comments on social media urging Nigerians residing in Port Harcourt, and its environs, to avail themselves of the opportunity of the PDP presidential primaries and make some money. Though many may have taken my comments as a joke, I believe that some who have experienced the manner money flows in these primaries did avail themselves of the opportunities presented thereby.

In any country in the…

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Added by Felix Oti on December 17, 2018 at 2:48am — No Comments

Ndi Igbo and the Lost Political Decade

Late in May of this year, I had published a paper on Igbo political miscalculations based on our political alliances; in that paper I had laid out scenarios that could have put Ndi Igbo in a position to occupy Aso Villa four years earlier, in 2023, than a possible 2027. I, also, proffered reasons why even a 2027 Igbo presidency may not be a possibility. This paper will, drawing from some of the scenarios of the last paper, explain why the decade of 2013 to 2023 could be considered a lost…

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Added by Felix Oti on December 4, 2018 at 4:52am — No Comments

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