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"Value ordinary people, they can save your life"- Reno Omokri

Popular US based Nigerian social media personality, social and political commentator and critic, Reno Omokri has once again come up with his his trademark philosophical message to his Nigerian brothers. Reno Omokri has over the years emerged as one of the most vocal and outspoken Nigerian, especially via the social media platforms, and such has indeed endeared him to the hearts of most persons, especially Nigerians.

According to him, life is deeper than we often think, especially when one imbibe the attitude of social discrimination against people whom are clasified as the "ordinary" people of the world. He made an example using Champagne and water, in which he explained the important and roles of the two in human life.

He said though Champagne is quite expensive, and obviously more costly than ordinary water, yet it can not quench the thirst occasioned by the hunger for same "ordinary water", which in other words means that ordinary things of life can add more value to human life, far more than the so called "expensive and valuable" things can do. Hence, he urged people to value those tagged the ordinary people, as they can save your life more those considered valuable in the society.

"Champagne is expensive, but it does not quench thirst, like ordinary water. That a thing is ‘ordinary’ does not mean it is not valuable. Water might be ‘ordinary’, but without it, there is no life. Value ordinary people! They can save your life," his tweet reads.

"Often times treasures are hidden in plain sight. With the Spirit of discernment you tap into abundance with little or no effort.

Let the Spirit guide as we follow," @bright_chido commented.

"I love this so much,where do u get this unusual thoughts and inspiration from? Sir," @mummy_ope wrote.

"Sir @renoomokri you are wisdom in making," Victoria Essien @vicessien commented as well.

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