The former special assistant on media to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has again spoken. This time he spoke about how we can escape from the cycle of poverty by creating things that will rather generate more income than collecting the little we earned. Reno Omokri who is known to be outspoken on issues relating to society shared this wonderful piece on his verified Twitter handles.
According to his tweet, he advised that we should learn to do the thing that reduces our expenses especially those who have a single source of money like those earning salary. To escape from this cycle of poverty, we learn to create things that bring prosperity.
He further stated that there is no point in paying other people to do something that we can do for ourselves. According to his advice, we should learn to augment our salary by finding something to sell that could bring in money other than taking away money from us. He further warned that poverty is will be the portion of anyone whose salary comes slow and goes quick.
Well, finding things to sell as mentioned by Reno Omokri could come in many forms like when you write a book and sell it, develop a product and sell, or even start up a small business, all these and many more can bring more cash different from our major source of income.
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