Reno Omokri: Marriage does not complete you, it complements you - Ex-presidential aide

Reno Omokri: Marriage does not complete you, it complements you - Ex-presidential aide

- Former aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan Reno Omokri has made his position on marriage known

- Omokri says it is good if people end up getting married, and it is equally good if they do not

- The former presidential aide says marriage does not complete people, rather it complements them

Reno Omokri has given a word of encouragement to people who may not end up getting married, saying marriage does not complete them but complements them.

Omokri, who is the a former aide to ex-president Goodluck Jonathan, said people are more than enough even without being married.

Legit.ng notes that the ex-presidential aide's tweet generated reactions from his followers as almost all of them agreed with him.

A Twitter user with the handle @DavidsonOffor said: "Marriage is the best completion for humans as God even instituted it by joining Adam and Eve together.

"And also if we don't get married, how will we fulfill the command of God to go into the world and multiply. Marriage is good but not a do or die. I humbly submit."

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Below are other reactions:

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that popular Nigerian author known for his controversial points Reno Omokri dropped another nugget for his fans and followers on social media. The controversial author advised people to work smart.

The author shared a post talking about hard work on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter. He noted that hard work does not pay and it is not necessarily a virtue.

Omokri said even though hard-work is good, it is not advisable. He advised people to work smart rather than hard.

According to him, hard-work kills and it ages people before their time. He said if hard work pays everyone will work as a labourer.

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In other news, Omokri used his social media platform to drop an important word of advice for his followers.

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The author who has gained a huge following from dropping nuggets on the topic of women and money.

Omokri noted that he is usually astounded whenever he comes across men who criticise women for their love of money.

In conclusion, he said that a woman who does not like money is not an asset.

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Source: Legit.ng

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