- Reno Omokri has warned intending couples against spending too much on wedding ceremonies
- According to the former presidential aide, if one spends all their money on a wedding, the marriage will be like a war zone
- Omokri also stated that church and registry weddings are all man-made
Nigerian social media critic and former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, is back in the news and this time, he has focused on the practice of spending money in order to have a wedding ceremony.
According to Omokri, it is more important for couples to invest in themselves rather than strangers who have no impact on their marriage.
He went on to add that marriage is between a man and his wife, and then their parents according to the Bible. Omokri opined that the church and registry ceremony are man-made.
He went on to compare a marriage without money to be like a war zone.
"If you spend all your money on your wedding, and enter your marriage broke, or in debt, you will have the Cinderella fairy tale wedding you desire, but your marriage life will be a war zone, like Syria. Cut your wedding according to your pocket."
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Only some months ago, he advised Nigerian men planning to get married without a job or a steady income.
The critic took to his Twitter page to advise his followers against marrying and welcoming kids to the world without a job. He said anyone who makes the mistake of doing such has automatically made an agreement with poverty.
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In other news, Reno Omokri, may have scored a big one for the mock men's group, Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN), with his recent remarks about high maintenance women.
In a series of tweets, Omokri slammed women behind the female mock group, Stingy Women Association and this is coming after Toke Makinwa's remark about 'closing her legs' in response to the men's group.
Addressing men, Omokri advised that they avoid women who are high maintenance but have no visible source of income.
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