“Marrying without steady income is a handshake with poverty” – Reno Omokri


Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has dished out advice to prospective couples, especially men on being financially stable before jumping into marriage.

According to the 46-year-old author, rushing into marriage without a stable source of income is equals to giving poverty a handshake.

Taking to Twitter, Reno Omokri wrote;

“Nobody plans to be broke, busted and disgusted. However, when you marry and have kids without a job, or a steady income, you automatically make a pact with poverty to be broke, busted and disgusted. Carry money before you marry your honey.

“Marriage comes with RESPONSIBILITIES! Prepare for them, instead of producing babies you can’t cater for, and then you start harassing your relatives and calling them evil when they can’t help.”

See comments and reactions

Sefiya Yusuf: Nigerian mentality, ones they are opportune to have a steady source of income every good things of life belong to only them, they suddenly become motivational speaker, oppress or disgrace others with their wealth n d same set of people will never use their kobo to help d needy around them. How many youth in Nigeria that have steady source of income when d business environment is not even conducive for businesses.

Chucks C-Man: All this motivational speaker trying to confuse souls….what of u marry and Ur GRACE open like a river …God is not a man….don’t be mislead by all this loosers

Slamzat Tune: It’s all about grace..you might have all the money before mariage and lose it in marriage.. let pray for grace first

Emeka Uche: Its not just about the economy,because talking about that is a long shot to this opinion.its about having your conscience to know that every
child you are bringing in to see that poverty state with you is not acceptable..

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Audu Dave: You don’t have to amass wealth before marriage, but, you need a steady source of income. Some women are good luck. Marrying them improves life.

“Marrying without steady income is a handshake with poverty” – Reno Omokri
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