As Long As You Have A Relationship With MONEY, People Will Have Relationship With You- Reno Omokri
By Jonadez | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
A popular critic of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration and a formal Special Assistant to the famous Nigerian Former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has taken to his Twitter page to tell about the influence of money.
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Reno who is known for his controversial stands about various issues in the society. In his words: "Money has permanent friends. People have temporary friends. As long as you have a relationship with money, people will have a relationship with you. But once you have a relationship with poverty, they won't shift their loyalty from money to you".
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As usual, his followers agreed with him, saying, if one makes money, friends will look for you.
As for me, in a world where one can virtually do nothing without money, Reno Omokri is absolutely right. I don't know if you will object though.
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