In a recent tweet he made, he stated it clearly that salary can only manage poverty but will never cure it.
According to him, everyone must change his or her mindset from wealth management to wealth creation. He urged everyone to think of how they are going to make investment so that they will no longer depend on salary.
He then stated it clearly that salary can only manage poverty but can never cure it. The only thing that has the power to cure poverty according to him is business. He further gave instance using what happened to salary earners during this COVID-19 lockdown.
The full tweet made by Reno Omokri could be seen below here.
Reno Omokri was the former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan on media. He is a pastor, a politician, a writer and a motivational speaker. He is one man that has touched many lives positively with his words and actions. He is fearless, outspoken and brave. He is a strong critic of this present administration led by President Muhammadu Buhari.
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