Reno Omokri, former aid to Nigerian ex-president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has taken to his Twitter handle @renoomokri to admonish his fans to be more careful about people they trust as friends as good number of them are leaving in pretense.
Taking to his Twitter page, the Nigerian Author and lawyer says that, the world spins on the axis of pretense, as such nothing seem to be genuine these days and it shouldn't be a surprise to you that there are more people who will be disappointed at your achievements than those who will be disappointed at your failure.
Reno revealed that, the reason for such disappointment is the fact that those people actually wanted you to fail and are now frustrated because you succeeded beyond them.
"Forget about the pretense. The truth is that there are more people who will be disappointed at your achievements than those who will be disappointed at your failures. They want you to fail, and they are frustrated that you succeeded beyond them!" He tweeted.
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