- Former presidential aide and author, Reno Omokri, has dropped another nugget for Nigerian women
- This time, he addressed women who are fond of taxing men for being polite
- According to Reno, men are just being nice when they ask after the well being of women
Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, is known to generously drop relationship and lifestyle nuggets from time to time.
This time, the author decided to address women who see polite men as poverty alleviation opportunities.
In a post he shared via Twitter, Reno revealed that when men ask women how they are in a bid to know how they are faring, it is plain politeness, and nothing more.
Speaking further, he stated that such men are not soliciting for a list of life problems when they ask the question.
Stating an example, Omokri said some women’s reply to a simple how are you would be them complaining about not making their hair, and how they are stuck with iPhone 11 when 12 is out already.
"Dear Ladies, If a guy asks ‘how are you?’, he is being polite. He is not soliciting you to list your life’s problems. Q: How are you? A: Hmm it is not easy o. I haven’t done my hair in 2 weeks. iPhone 12 is out and I am still using iPhone 11!"
Topics like this definitely get people talking, here's what some of them had to say:
"I disagree sir this time around if someone asks me 'how are you'? I believe he/she wants to know my current status if am fine at that time I will let him know but if am not fine I will let him know that am not fine."
"How are you just is just a form of greeting some ladies will capitalise on it to milk you if you're not wise, I don't go beyond my boundaries."
"Your views on women are misogynistic Prof. The fact that you hardly have something positive to say about African women makes it even more aggressive."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Reno Omokri revealed on Twitter that marriages held together by love are strong while the ones held by money are very weak.
Speaking further, he noted that money cannot buy love and it certainly does not mean that poverty can buy it either.
According to him, any marriage held together by both love and money is unbreakable.