Reno speaks: "Money does not change people, but it reveals them"
By JPcreator | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 0 views
The former spokesperson to former president Goodluck Jonathan on media, Reno Omokri has spoken once again. Reno Omokri is one man that always speaks out when it matters.
In a tweet he made this evening, he made it clear that money does not change person in anyway. According to him, money reveals people so that you will know who really they are.
He further stated that any poor person in your circle is not really the person you know. According to him poor people don't even know themselves. He ended his tweet by stating that once they become rich and their status changes in life, even their style of walking will definitely change because money has entered.
The full tweet made by Reno could be seen below here.
Reno is a man loved and respected by many due to his wisdom and knowledge. He is a man that speaks with so much wisdom which made most people to love and cherish him.
Reno is a renowned writer, a pastor, a politician and a motivational speaker. He has touched many lives positively with his words and actions. He is aswell a strong critic of this present administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari.
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