- Reno Omokri has taken to social media to speak friendships and the power of money
- According to him, using money is a good way to test how strong a friendship truly is
- He advised that people should not call anyone their best friend until they have tested them with money
Former presidential aide and Nigerian author, Reno Omokri, recently spoke on friendship and how money influences the type of friends people keep.
In a recent tweet, the popular social media critic advised that people shouldn't bestow the best friend title on anyone until they have tested them with money. According to him, some people change for the worse when money is involved.
He wrote: "Don’t call anyone your best friend until you test them with money. Lend some so called best friends money, and he may stop taking your call. He may even block you if you disturb him too much. To keep best friends best friends, don’t lend him money."
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Only a while ago, he shared a valuable message with his followers. The Nigerian lawyer who is known for his popular Nuggets on social media has shared another one, and this time, it is directed at men.
Omokri took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to bare his mind on men who spend their time building muscles at the gym rather than working to get money. According to him, men should take the creation of wealth more seriously than their physique. The social media activist said that a man who does not have money lacks power.
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This comes some month after he took to his Twitter page to advise people against trusting the loyalty of a poor man. According to him, it is easy to trust a rich man's loyalty but a broke man's true nature cannot be known until he has money.
He wrote: "Never trust the loyalty of poor men. Keep your secrets from them. You can trust a rich man’s loyalty, but a broke man cant know if he himself is truly loyal. Until he makes money, his loyalty is unconfirmed. If you‘re hungry, you say sir to anybody."
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