Reno Omokri, former aid to Nigerian ex-president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has taken to his Twitter handle @renoomokri to admonish his Female followers on the best way to appreciate their responsible husbands.
Taking to Twitter, Reno pointed out a serious mistake most women does when it has to do with celebrating their caring husbands on special occasions like their birthday or wedding anniversary.
In his own analysis, Reno said it's wrong for a woman to buy a Tie or Handkerchief for a man who takes care of her needs (like a man who bought a car for his wife) on his birthday or wedding anniversary. Though he used "Tie and Handkerchief" as an illustration of less valuable things women buy for their man on their special days.
He however advised that, as a woman when you're opportune to marry a responsible man who provides for your needs, you should not take the man for granted rather you should save money to appreciate him on his birthday or wedding anniversary and never to buy him things like Tie and Handkerchiefs to appreciate him.
When you marry to responsible man who provides for you, don't take him for granted. Save money to appreciate him on his birthday or your wedding anniversary. Don't give a man who bought you a car, for example, a tie or Handkerchief!" He wrote.
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