Reno Omokri has taken to his social media page to urge his fans not to treat people who don't know they exist better than their friends.
Reno Omokri was the Vice President, Africa, at Joe Trippi and Associates, a U.S Political Consulting firm, and as the Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria, he was noted for using social media to conduct surveys and project the developments undertaken by the Nigerian Government.
According to Reno, People still buy Ronaldo's jersey even when it cost $120, but when their friend sells stuff at $10, they will beg to take it as a free product.
In his words;
“Ronaldo's jersey can cost $120, and you still buy it. But when your friend sells stuff at only $10 you beg for a free product. Who needs the money between a billionaire like Ronaldo and your friend? Don't treat people who don't know you exist better than your friends.”
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