- Reno Omokri has advised his followers to invest the little they may be earning as monthly salary
- The former presidential aide says even if an individual earns $50 (19,060.00) monthly, the person still needs to invest it
- According to Omokri, anyone who brings a child into the world with $50 monthly salary must be a wicked person
Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has taken to social media to emphasise the importance of investing before starting a family.
The author, who made the emphasis on his Twitter page on Thursday, November 12, said no matter how little one's salary is, there is a need to invest it.
According to him, even if an individual earns $50 (19,060.00) a month, he should still invest the money, otherwise, the person will continue to rely on the meagre income.
Omokri went further to note that anyone who brings a child into the world with $50 monthly salary must be a wicked person.
Nigerians who want to invest but do not know which area to invest in took to the comment section to seek Omokri's advice.
A Twitter user with the handle @SammyfroshA wrote:
"As a student what investment can I invest my money into and it will be safe sir... I and advice from you sir."
"Good evening Sir. You talk so much about investment. Could you be kind enough to give suggestions on what one can invest on? Your reply will be appreciated."
"Sir, which real estate business can u recommend for investment and is genuine."
"Sir, you talk daily about investment and I know you are trying to get us (the youth) to be financial independent and great people tomorrow but the truth is countless Africa or Nigeria youths don't even know where to start from and that includes me... Please help us."
@R_wayzer noted that being poor brings depression and urged people to invest so that they can count their blessing.
"I don’t want to be okay in life but to be rich, wealthy and a philanthropist so that my children children won’t suffer . The word suffer make you feel depressed and loose hope. Let’s hustle and invest because no good things come from comfort zone."
In an earlier report by Legit.ng, Omokri told his followers not to see relatives who refuse to give them money as haters.
The author and politician said these relatives are only being wise because people who ask them for money are those with expensive phones.
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