The man that speaks when there is need for him to do so, and the former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan on media, Reno Omokri has spoken once again. Reno Omokri is a man that is respected many due to the way he speaks often.
In a tweet he made recently, he stated clearly how people can overcome poverty in life. According to him, if someone want to overcome poverty in life, he or she must stop living a luxurious life. Which implies that he or she must stop buying luxuries when he or she is yet to buy necessities. He stated it clearly that investing for ones retirement is a necessity.
The full tweet made by Reno could be seen below here.
Most people these days don't think about the future. Most people are ready to use their last money to buy luxuries without any investment, forgetting that old age is real. What Mr. Reno said here is one thing that many young people need to learn something from so as not to regret their tomorrow.
Reno Omokri is a renowned writer, a pastor, a politician and a motivational speaker. He is a man that has positively changed many lives with his words and actions.
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