Abia Professionals, South East Businessmen, Technocrats endorse Alex Otti Governorship Campaign

A group of Abia professionals, South East businessmen and technocrats have thrown their weight behind Dr. Alex Otti following his...

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Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu, It’s Time To Tell Abians The Truth.

After reviewing the state of affairs in my dear state of Abia one year since the present PDP led government came to power amidst...

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All Fingers Are Not Equal, But How Unequal Should They Be?

“Nigeria has the unenviable position of being at the bottom of the Commitment to Reducing Inequality (CRI) Index. Its social spending (on...

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Diversification of The Economy? Yes, But

OUTSIDE THE BOX BY ALEX OTTI “Planning is an unnatural process. It is much more fun to do something else. The nicest thing about not...

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PDP: Saved By a Hair’s Breadth

Sequel to the 2015 general election that saw APC defeat the “behemoth” PDP at the centre, it was clear that the latter was primed for...

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Python Dance: Killing A Fly With A Sledge Hammer

It has been one hell of a week or two particularly in the south eastern part of Nigeria. Prior to this time, the Indigenous People of...

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I Still Don’t Do Politics

OUTSIDE THE BOX BY ALEX OTTI Two weeks ago, we started with a discussion of why it is important that we populate the political space with...

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I DON’T DO POLITICS III

OUTSIDE THE BOX BY ALEX OTTI alex.otti@thisdaylive.com “The worst illiterate is the political illiterate. He hears nothing, sees nothing,...

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The Text of a Press Conference Organized by the 2015 APGA Abia Governorship Candidate, Dr. Alex Otti over the $200 million Loan Approved for Abia State Government by the National Assembly.

Gentlemen of the press, good afternoon and welcome to this important Press Conference convened by my humble self, Alex Otti. Permit me to...

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I regret not joining politics earlier — Otti

Renowned banker and politician, Dr. Alex Otti, speaks to TOFARATI IGE, about his banking and political career Why did you leave banking...

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