Reno Omokri, a human rights activist, best-selling author, and a former special assistant to the former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, has made a tweet on his official Twitter handle saying your finances make your wife finer, while dollars add color to the marriage.
In his tweet paraphrased, the televangelist wrote, "Dear men, Have a job before you get married because finances influence your honey and make her feel better. Money brings color to marriage. Her heart will race as she weighs. Love is closer with Naira, and Euro makes you a hero. Money provides all solutions. As proven in the book of the Bible, Ecclesiastes 10:19, money answers all things.
The screenshot points us to the tweet below.
This tweet points us to the fact that before a man can consider himself ripe for marriage, he should at least be financially capable of handling some things. Money settles things that would have led to quarrels and trouble. It is important to have money so that a marriage can be enjoyed and not endured.
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