- Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide and author, has shared his take on toxic relationships
- According to Omokri, while there is no formula for identifying a toxic relationship, the frequent withdrawals and deposits by both parties is a sure sign
- While some people agreed with his post, others had questions for him
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Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has taken to social media to disclose how to identify a toxic relationship.
According to Omokri, a relationship is toxic when the man has been making lots of withdrawals since he met the lady, while the latter has been making a lot of deposits.
In his words:
"While there is no formula for identifying toxic relationships, this is a sure sign:
"If you have been making lots of withdrawals since you met her and, she has been making lots of deposits in that given period, it is a TOXIC relationship."
Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
"What if the deposits are from her earning?"
"Yes. If it's always about her needs and how you can help meet them, then look well. If most of the discussions you hold with her centers around how she's "planning" to meet one financial need after another, then look well my brother."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, Omokri gave a piece of advice to Nigerian men planning to get married without a job or a steady income.
The politician 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.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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