Reno Omokri says Nigerians should not easily feel sorry for some poor people

Reno Omokri says Nigerians should not easily feel sorry for some poor people

- Reno Omokri has advised his followers on Twitter to not easily feel sorry for some poor people

- The former presidential aide says some poor people once had money but they used it to burn bridges

- Omokri gave the piece of advice in a series of tweets on Wednesday, September 2

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Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has given some words of wisdom to his followers on Twitter as he usually does.

In a series of tweet on Wednesday, September 2, Omokri likened money to fire, saying fire is not good or bad in itself.

According to the Omokri, fire is a light in the hand of a good man and the same fire will burn things down in the hand of a bad man.

He went on to advise his followers to not easily feel sorry for some poor people, adding that they once had money but used it to burn bridges.

Reno Omokri says Nigerians should not feel too sorry for some poor people

Reno Omokri. Photo credit: Elanhub
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He tweeted: "Money is like fire. Fire is not good or bad in itself. In the hand of a good man, fire is a light. In the hand of a bad man, fire will burn things down. Don’t easily feel sorry for some poor people. They once had money, but used it to burn bridges."

He continued: "Remember how you flaunted a new toy you got when you were a kid? You never flaunted old toys. It was only the new toy that got flaunted. What does that teach you? People don’t flaunt old money. When you see flaunters, know that their money is new."

Below are the rest of the tweets:

Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.

Below are some of the reactions:

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