- Reno Omokri has taken to social media to advise ladies who put their wants above their needs
- The former presidential aide said the more people spend on wants despite having pending needs, the more they sink into poverty
- According to Omokri, anyone who spends money on bone straight hair should not bother asking him for money
Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has taken to social media to give a piece of advice to ladies who spend on wants instead of their needs.
Omokri said bone straight hair is a want, and the more ladies spend their money on it while they have pending needs, the more they sink into poverty.
According to Omokri, ladies who have bone straight hair cannot send him a "I urgently need $100" text, adding that their urgency is self-inflicted.
He noted that feeding and clothes are all needs and should be attended to.
In his words:
"Bone straight hair is a want. You can't have it and send me a 'I urgently need $100' text. Your urgency is self inflicted. Accommodation, feeding, clothes, are needs. The more you spend on wants, while you have pending needs, the more you sink into poverty."
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Tweep with the handle @GlobalNation6 wrote:
"Bone straight hair here and there. Even if you use charm to hold me.. That thing called bone straight hair is it not your fellow human being hair. They will import it and sell to you and because your mumu is still in process..You will carry money for your house rent to buy it.."
"Always on point with your nuggets."
"This man you are very informed of happening's on the streets."
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In a previous report by Legit.ng, Omokri told his followers not to see relatives who refuse to give them money as haters.
The author said these relatives are only being wise because people who ask them for money are those with expensive phones.
According to him, the relatives understand that money is not the problem of the person asking, but priorities.
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