The above words were uttered by someone from those countries that have a huge tradition of fighting to keep liberty alive. This means that even there, they have to remain vigilant, lest their liberty be stolen from them. The nature of liberty is that it is a perishable commodity, so you have to restock your… Continue reading Eternal vigilance as the price of liberty (a political meditation)
If the minister of Science and Technology Ogbonnaya Onu was hoping to please firebrand Kaduna Senator Shehu Sani by saying that Nigeria was on course to send a man to space by 2040, he totally failed, as the tough-talking senator described the lofty project as nothing but a waste of scarce resources. Senator San wrote… Continue reading Sending A Nigerian To Outer Space And The Need To Avoid A Second NIGCOMSAT1
Nigerians can now get your NITEL SIM card, and start making calls with the network. This is because NITEL has finally rolled out its GSM services, after years of expectations from Nigerian GSM users. But NITEL faces stiff competition from other networks that have entrenched themselves over the years. Having said that, there are service… Continue reading 6 things NITEL should do to get Nigerians to buy its SIM cards like hot cakes!
‘President Donald Trump of the United States, POTUS.’ That phrase if uttered in certain parts of the Republican establishment, would send shivers down the spines of many. It would send them into paroxysms of grief concerning an event that has not yet happened. It would make many conservatives have nightmares where they can be… Continue reading The Republican Establishment Should Negotiate With Trump, Not Fight Him