Popular Nigerian lawyer and former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has taken to social media to show off a little lad, who looks exactly like him.
The controversial author, admitting to the striking resemblance shared a photo of the youngster kid on his verified Instagram page and captioned,
“If your son looks like you the way this boy looks like me, you have no reason not to thank God!”.
In recent news, Reno has once again emphasize the importance of investing, regardless of one’s income level.
Taking to his Twitter account, he argued that even if an individual is earning $50 monthly, he should still invest, otherwise he will keep relying on the $50 for the rest of his life.
According to him, if the opportunity cost of investment is starvation, so be it. He stated that money is needed to start a family and it is wicked to have a child while on a $50 (N19,000) salary.
He also highlighted the areas people should invest their resources on. He noted that people should invest on their minds, body, spirit, etc.
Read his full tweet below,
“Even if you earn $50 a month, still invest, otherwise, you will keep earning $50 the rest of your life. If it means you must starve to invest, so be it. Because you need more money to start a family. You must be wicked if you have a child with $50 salary.
“People with poor mindsets invest more on a shoe than in themselves. They can buy shoes for $500, but they won’t spend even $5 on a book to improve their mind. Meanwhile, a shoe will last for maybe 2-5 years, but their minds will last them for a lifetime.
“Invest in your mind. Read wholesome books. Invest in your body. Eat wholesome foods. Invest in your spirit. Pray wholesome prayers. Once your spirit, soul, and body are filled with goodness, then goodness and mercy will follow you through life.”