If After Two Years Of Dating He Has Not Proposed, Do This - Reno
By Neweclub12 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1162 views
Popular social media influencer and former aide to President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, took to social media today to give ladies some relationship advice.
In a post he made on his official Twitter account, Reno Omokri told women to stop assuming that a man would marry them just because he's dating them. According to Reno Omokri, a woman's ticks faster than that of men. This means that women should be conscious of their age. Reno Omokri also also went further to say that, 'As a woman, if after two years, he still has not proposed, you should seek clarity. You should lovingly ask him what is the future of your relationship.''
Reno Omokri's post stirred up several reactions on social media. Some people were of the opinion that a woman asking a man what their relationship is leading to would make her look desperate.
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