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Posts From Femi Odere

Who’s still afraid of Kayode Fayemi?

    Who’s still afraid of Kayode Fayemi?

The meaning of this title–one must admit–wouldn’t have been different in the very least were the word “still” to be conspicuously absent. But its insertion is necessary not only to

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Furthering the Diaspora remittance debate

    Furthering the Diaspora remittance debate

The recently released “Migration and Development Brief” of the World Bank for 2018 that scored Nigeria as the highest recipient of Diaspora remittances, once again, in sub-Saharan Africa (which stood

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Diaspora remittance and national development

    Diaspora remittance and national development

Like the reports that preceded it, the 2018 “Migration and Development Brief” of the World Bank that tracks the remittances of immigrants in high- and middle-income countries of the world–which

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Politics of cohesion: The Ekiti state example

    Politics of cohesion: The Ekiti state example

When it dawned on him that he was on his way to losing his bid for re-election as governor of Ekiti State in 2014 before the official pronouncement by the

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Ekiti: Furthering the ‘Reclaiming our land, Restoring our values’ concept

  Ekiti: Furthering the ‘Reclaiming our land, Restoring our values’ concept

A few weeks before his much-anticipated–but still too good to be true denial in some political circles both within and

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2019: Osinbajo on 2023

  2019: Osinbajo on 2023

In an election season, especially Nigeria’s electoral cycle that can better be described as a scorch-earth contestation for political power

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Fashola: Between substance and shadow

  Fashola: Between substance and shadow

A friend once described Nigerians as such atypical, hopelessly-hard-to-satisfy creation on the face of the earth that just when you

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Fayemi and politics of the ‘New Left’

  Fayemi and politics of the ‘New Left’

In a society not known for applying rigour to the critical issues of its time, and whose attention span whenever

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Fashola: A leader beyond reproach

  Fashola: A leader beyond reproach

In an election season in which a president whose interrogation of the body politic has not only brought an upset

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Beyond Fayose, Abati and future of Ekiti

  Beyond Fayose, Abati and future of Ekiti

As one of Nigeria’s brilliant minds in the Fourth Estate of the Realm whose credibility with his readers was built

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