It is hard to escape poverty if you marry during your poverty - Reno Omokri

It is hard to escape poverty if you marry during your poverty - Reno Omokri

- Reno Omokri recently shared a piece of advice about people getting married in poverty

- According to the author and social media critic, doing this will make it difficult for one to get out of poverty

- Omokri who described marriage as a boat, said one should only be invited in if there is enough space else they'll both sink

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Former presidential aide and author, Reno Omokri, is back again with his famous 'Nuggets' and this time, his focus is on marriage and poverty.

According to Omokri who is a social media critic, it is difficult for one to escape poverty if they marry in that poverty. According to him, God provides people with intelligence and they ought to use it.

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"It is hard to escape poverty if you marry during your poverty. You are alone and you are suffering. What do you think will happen when you add a wife and children? You say God will provide. God provides by providing you with intelligence. Use it!" he tweeted.

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He added that marriage is a boat. According to him, "you only invite someone to join you in your boat when you have enough space."

Omokri said if you don't have space and you invite a girl to join you, both of you may sink.

This comes shortly after he spoke about churchgoers and sinners. In a recent post shared to his official Instagram page, the former presidential aide explained that beer drinkers often show care to their friends and sometimes even invest in each other's business.

However, the same cannot be said for some churchgoers who are often in cliques and are not so welcoming to each other. Omokri then questioned why they look down on beer drinkers as he believes some sinners have more love than churchgoers.

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Also, Omokri shared his thoughts about the belief that children bring blessings on social media. The author took to his account on Twitter to share his opinion.

In his tweet, Omokri said the belief that children bring blessings to a family has led to massive overpopulation in poor nations. The author stated that the belief is wrong. He said children don't bring blessings and God bless people who work hard.

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