Reno Omokri has spoken once again. Reno Omokri is a man that speaks with so much wisdom. He has spoken virtually on every issue. In a tweet he made recently on his verified twitter handle, he blamed Africans for choosing to spend a whole lots of money on burials and most especially, parents burial.
According to him, a typical African may refuse to go into debt to pay their dad medical bills or child's school fees. But thesame person who refused to pay his dad's medical bills can gladly go into debt to give their dad a befitting burial. He ended his tweet by urging Africans to break such customs and create new customs.
Reno made this disclosure on a tweet he made on his verified twitter handle. The tweet could be seen below here.
What Reno said here is the fact. Africans must learn to spend less on burials. Most people sale lands, building and other things just to burry some one. That tradition should be stopped by all means. Let's use the money to care for the living.
Reno Omokri is a man that speaks with so much wisdom. He speaks when there is need for him to do so. He was the former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan on media. He is a pastor, a writer and a motivational speaker. He is a man that has touched many lives positively with his inspirational words.
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