Instead Of Flaunting Wealth, Teach People How To Acquire Theirs-Reno Omokri
Special assistant to former President Goodluck Jonathan and a motivational speaker, in the person of Reno Omokri, has told his followers that flaunting wealth is not a way to teach people or help people to acquire theirs. Reno posted this on his official Instagram handle this evening, emphasizing that the best way to do good is to help and teach others how to acquire wealth, not to flaunt their wealth on them.
Speaking further, Reno made it known that when someone tells you how rich they are, it is certainly a red flag. He pointed that Dangote doesn't reveal his wealth or how rich he is.
Looking at what Reno said, he believes that being rich is like being tall. Besides, if you have to tell people you are tall, then you are not tall. He, however, encouraged his followers that the best way to do good is to teach people how to acquire their wealth. He believes that teaching people how to spread wealth and prosperity is the solution to destroy poverty and evil.
According to Reno "Almost all evil on earth has poverty as its root. By spreading prosperity, you are destroying poverty, and when you destroy poverty, you destroy the root of evil."
From the words of Reno, it should be known that the importance of being rich is to teach and spread the wealth to the less privileged.
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