- Ex-presidential aide and author, Reno Omokri, has taken to social media to advise people intending to settle down with their partners
- According to him, reaction to provoking situations is something people should consider before getting married
- Reno also said it is fine if people deliberately provoke their partners just to see how they would react
Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, recently took to social media to talk about a quality that should not be overlooked before marriage.
In his words via a tweet, the author stated that before people go ahead to marry anyone, it is a must to see how they react when they are angry as it removes the veil and personality they assume in public.
Reno continued by advising that it is fine to deliberately provoke a man or a woman to get their reaction in case they don’t anger easily.
Reno Omokri advises against marrying someone who hasn't displayed anger to their spouse, says it's risky
He concluded by saying that getting married to someone without knowing their reaction when they are angry is too big a risk to take.
"Before you marry anyone, make sure you have seen how they act when they are angry. Anger removes the veil we wear in public. Even if you have to deliberately provoke them, do so. Marrying someone you haven’t seen angry is too big a risk to take."
As usual, Nigerians took to the comment section to express their views on Reno Omokri's tweet.
"Why should I want to deliberately make someone angry? Want am I expecting? What am I looking for? That thing some people are looking for, God will let them see it."
"But some people can pretend and after marriage, they will unleash their real self."
"This!!! I need to see how far you can go when you’re pissed cause I don’t like surprises abeg."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Reno Omokri was of the opinion 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 did not mean that poverty would buy it either.