Joro Olumofin blasts 'runs girls' acting as motivational speakers in open letter

Joro Olumofin blasts 'runs girls' acting as motivational speakers in open letter

- Nigerian relationship expert, Joro Olumofin, has penned down an open letter to women who sleep around for money

- In the letter, he targeted the ones who sleep around for money and come online to preach about hard work and God's grace

- Joro urged them to stop misleading the public as they are indirectly recruiting women like themselves

Nigerian relationship blogger, Joro Olumofin, has caused quite a buzz on social media with his latest post in which he spoke to women who sleep with men for money, commonly known as 'runs girls'.

In an open letter, he spoke to the runs girls who come online to write motivational things about hard work, dedication and God's grace as though that is the source of their monies. He further advised them to stop misleading people.

He wrote in the letter: "Do your Runs Girl work in peace. Please stop this Motivator / Motivational speaker act to these young girls who idolize and follow you. You’re recruiting runs girls like you directly and indirectly."

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According to him, a self-made woman is one who uses her brains, degree, personality, vocational skills to make money, not through sex. He advised those who slept with men to enjoy their money and stop the motivational speeches.

"It’s like a Yahoo boy writing daily success memoirs on social media," he added.

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Joro Olumofin writes letter to 'runs girls' acting as motivational speakers online
Screenshot of his post online/@joroolumofin
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"These assertions: 'I worked So hard, God did it for me, Look at God, anybody can make it, I’m just starting, small girl big God', are very misleading and inappropriate. Don’t you think the men you’re sleeping with tell their inner circle friends and family who tell their own friends and family. Therefore your public success has an expiry date because a 5% know the truth. That 5% is growing gradually.

1⃣ I worked so hard ? - which work, product, project , proposal did you work on or sell ? Your Instagram page is full of flamboyant pictures of yourself and not a single promotion of a product or event you’re hosting. I guess you’re the product and your DM is the market hub.

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2⃣ God saw me through- saw you through sleeping with numerous older men for money ?

3⃣ Mathematics: your salary doesn’t match your lifestyle. Something is missing.

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It’s Psychological, you have to mention “Hardwork” and “God” so that you can reinforce it in your own Cognition that you’re not what you hate the most. A cheat, a runs Girl. Enjoy your money, buy your creams, nails, hair to promote your ministry but please leave social media motivation out of it. You don’t have the right to motivate the youths."


Meanwhile, some months ago, he shared his opinion on marriage. According to him, a woman should have at least N1 million in her account or in assets before considering marriage.

He added that it is for her own good. “Dear Ladies, if you don’t have up to N1,000,000 / $2000 in assets or in your account you shouldn’t be thinking about marriage. This is for your own good. A lot of ladies are attenuated focusing on finding a Husband instead of having financial security which leads to atrophy & low self-esteem”, he wrote.

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Joro continued that many ladies mistake finding a husband for financial security which can lead to disrespect or abuse. He continued that some ladies do not even have money to start their lives over in case of a divorce.

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