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Your Parents Can Advise You On Who To Marry & What To Study, But Don't Let Them Dictate To You -Reno

The bestselling author, Mr. Bemigho Reno Omokri, has taken to his verified social media accounts and advised his fans and followers to honour their parents at all times by listening to their advises, but to also be cautious to never allow them (the parents) dictate to them.

Picture of Mr. Reno Omokri. Photo credit: Mr. Reno's verified Twitter account.

Mr. Omokri, who is a human rights activist and the former spokesperson to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, that has been populary known for his daily teachings on how to make fast and legit wealth, how to enjoy life, how to interact with people, how to stay healthy, and on how to love God above all things.

Reno Omokri, however, went on and disclosed that a time may come when children become wiser than their parents. He therefore stressed that, someone will be a mere actor in his or her own life if he or she allow his or her parents dictate to him or her.


According to Reno's tweet, he advised: "Respect and listen to your parents. But, be aware that a time may come when you become wiser than them. Let them ADVISE you on what to study, what career to follow and who to marry. But don't let them DICTATE to you. If you do, you will be a mere actor in your life."

Looking at what Reno Omokri has said, you will see that it is very important for people to know when to seek advise from their parents or from any other person, and when to make direct decision by themselves.

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