- Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, has taken to social media to speak on loyalty
- Omokri advised against trusting the loyalty of a poor man as it is unconfirmed until he makes money
- The ex-aide further used past leaders as examples of disloyal people who showed their true self when they became influential
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When it comes to testing the loyalty of a person, many people believe money is one sure way to bring out the true nature of a person. Former presidential aide and social media critic, Reno Omokri, recently spoke on this.
He took to his Twitter page to advise people against trusting the loyalty of a poor man. According to him, it is easy to trust a rich man's loyalty but a broke man's true nature cannot be known until he has money.
He wrote: "Never trust the loyalty of poor men. Keep your secrets from them. You can trust a rich man’s loyalty, but a broke man cant know if he himself is truly loyal. Until he makes money, his loyalty is unconfirmed. If you‘re hungry, you say sir to anybody."
Using past governors as examples, he said: "Look at how many outgoing governors bring poor, humble, loyal yes men to succeed them."
According to him, after a year of 2, these men who used to be humble start fighting those who brought them to power. "Why? Because he was not really loyal. He was just broke! Never trust the loyalty of a broke man."
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Meanwhile, as Valentine's Day draws nearer, the excitement and anticipation of many lovers continue to grow higher.
While many are looking forward to the day to spend time with their loved ones, others are simply looking forward to the gifts they'll receive.
Twitter user, @aqualady6666, recently took to the platform to narrate how she helped a male friend who got slammed by his girlfriend with a list of expensive things to buy for her as Valentine gifts.
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