Better to have a stressful job, than to have a stressful wife - Reno Omokri
On May 29, 2015, Omokri was a spokesperson for President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria. He was one of three spokesmen to the former President, and is credited with pioneering the use of social media for political purposes in Nigeria.
He is a columnist with This Day and the founder of the Mind of Christ Christian Center and the Helen and Bemigho Sanctuary for Orphans. He is the only one of those three spokesmen who remained loyal to former President Jonathan after his departure from office, and was described by Newsweek as a "conduit" of Jonathan
In his recent post he wrote: "Better to have a stressful job, than to have a stressful wife. It is easy to change jobs, but not wives. Even if you can change your wife, if she has children with you, you can’t avoid her stress. Investigation before marriage prevents lamentation after marriage.
"If you have not seen how she acts when she is angry, you only know her partially. If you also don’t know how she acts with money, then you hardly know her. Anger and money bring out real personality more than anything!
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