“The lion cannot protect himself from traps, and the fox cannot defend himself from wolves. One must therefore be a fox to recognize traps, and a lion to frighten wolves.”
― Niccolò Machiavelli, The Prince
In BBNaija house, Tacha was a lion. She was ‘feared’ by all she came in contact with. But pride – which goes before a fall – was a trap she failed to recognise. Continue Reading in the link below:
So, if you are a lion, as Machiavelli advises, also learn to be a fox that can recognise traps.
What can Tacha do now? She has paid the ‘school fees’ (N30 million) and learned some new lessons in the ‘university of life’. As Africans say, the downfall of a man – or woman – is not the end of his – or her – life.
Tacha should learn from Mike Adenuga. After he was first denied GSM licence with Glo, he didn’t give up. Later, life provided him with another opportunity. The rest as they say, is history. So, Tacha, the Lioness of Port Harcourt, don’t give up! Just learn your lessons and keep on keeping on.
In the news of recent, we have been hearing the word xenophobia being used to describe the attack of Nigerians by some South Africans and the attack of some foreigners in a jeep by some Nigerians. This big grammar sef. What does it even mean?