Felix Oti
  • 58, Male
  • Arlington, TX
  • United States
  • Income Tax Consultant, Pricing…
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Boko Haram, Yusuf Yakubu, and the Nigerian Family.

Started Mar 9, 2013 0 Replies

On December 25, 2011, a bomb blast in a catholic church in Northern Nigeria killed an estimated 25 worshippers, among who were parents and heads of households. Nigerians of every tribe and tongue,…Continue

Nigeria’s 2012 Olympic Fiasco

Started Aug 27, 2012 0 Replies

On August 12, the London 2012 Olympics came to a close, leaving Nigeria – the most populous black nation in the world, and the third largest economy in Africa – without a medal; not even a wooden…Continue

DO SMALL BUSINESS TAX BREAKS REALLY LEAD TO JOB CREATIONS

Started Aug 22, 2012 0 Replies

Since the Republicans took over the House and many states in the 2010 mid-term elections, their message has remained giving tax breaks to small business owners to spur economic growth and,…Continue

Who is really responsible for Sustaining Corruption?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bridget Apr 3, 2012. 3 Replies

Corruption has been like a metastatic disease eating away at the economic, social and political fabric of many Third World countries. Whether it is at various levels of government, civil service or…Continue

 

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Occupation
Income Tax Consultant, Pricing Analyst
Website
http://viscount-mytencents.blogspot.com
Favourite Movie
Jame Bond movies
Favourite Music
Classical
Favourite Artiste
Brahm
Favourite Album
All
Currently Reading
The Downing Street Years
What I like about Nigeria
The resilience of the people

Felix Oti's Blog

Why Do You Bother?

Posted on February 10, 2019 at 5:16am 0 Comments

This is a question friends, relatives, and many colleagues have asked me due, largely, to my continuous involvement in discussions of the Nigerian economic, social, and political environment. It is a question, I must admit, I have asked myself several times.

Though I have spent more of my years in America than in Nigeria, I bother because Jewish-Americans still bother about Israel; because Chinese-Americans still bother about China, and Mexican-Americans still do same about Mexico.…

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Nigeria: Tapping Into the Economic Opportunities of an Election Season

Posted on December 17, 2018 at 2:48am 0 Comments

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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Ndi Igbo and the Lost Political Decade

Posted on December 4, 2018 at 4:52am 0 Comments

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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IPOB and the Roads Not Traveled

Posted on October 16, 2017 at 5:11pm 0 Comments

On September 15, 2017, the Southeastern governors rose from an emergency meeting in Enugu and issued an order/declaration proscribing the group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), headed by one Mr. Nnamdi Kanu from Isiama Afara in Abia state. Coincidentally, the Nigerian military, erroneously, declared (later withdrew) the same organization a terrorist group. Within days of these declarations, the federal government moved to make both declarations official and legally binding via a court…

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At 3:22am on October 31, 2011, justyna doma said…
Hello my dear.
My name is Miss Justina Doma, It is my pleasure writing you this mail as I saw your profile today at (vanguardngr.com) site and after reading it i became interested to know you, I believe that we can be good friends partners or more in life I wish you can write an email through my email address then I can give you my pictures and tell you more about me below is my email address for further communications.
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At 10:10am on January 1, 2010, ERNEST AYAME said…
Hi Felix, it appears you have been to Lagos before. Well, Lagos has weared a new appearance and i think it is a great job Fashola is doing. I just wish other state Governors could emulate him.
At 4:08pm on December 31, 2009, Felix Oti said…
Oh! I do remember the place; what a transformation! I have seen some pictures of a more organized Lagos floating around on the internet. Good job by Fashola
 
 
 

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