- Popular and lawyer Reno Omokri recently drop some words of advice for married men
- Omokri warned against men who tend to forget their parents the moment they get married
- According to him, after God, parents should come next
Popular Nigerian author and lawyer Reno Omokri, has once again givens his fans and followers on social media an opportunity to drink from his river of knowledge.
This time around, Omokri came for married men, especially those that have formed the disturbing trend of forgetting their parents the moment they start their family.
In a post shared on his official Twitter page, the author described such men as boats that have lost their anchor.
According to him, such men would eventually be destroyed. He went on to liken parents to the source of a person’s stream. In addition, he submitted that any river that denies its source will eventually dry up.
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Concluding his words of wisdom, the social commentator noted that after God, parents are the next to be adored.
See his post below:
One concerned follower posed a question to Omokri as to how he can strike a balance, especially in a situation where parents have turn out to be too demanding.
He said: “A man who stops honoring his parents because of his wife is like a boat that has lost its anchor. It will be destroyed by the sea. Your parents are the source of your stream. Any river that denies its source will dry up. After God, it’s parents”
Read what some other followers had to say below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Omokri shared a piece of marriage advice with men on Twitter. The author advised men on how to choose the woman to marry. The controversial author shared a tweet on his account, advising men on what to do if they wish to be powerful. Omokri advised men who want to be powerful to marry a prayerful woman. He said prayers go up to God and power comes down to earth.
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