- Many people usually dream of ending up with beautiful women, and Reno Omokri has advised those that reject loving ugly women to stop doing so
- The former presidential aide said what you see as ugliness is usually poverty and heartbreak
- According to Omokri, people will be amazed when those perceived to be ugly experience transformation
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Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has advised men not to reject a loving woman because she is ugly.
Omokri said what people see as ugliness is usually poverty and heartbreak, adding that it will be a thing of surprise when she is transformed.
In his words:
"Dear men, Don’t reject a loving woman because she is ugly. What you see as ugliness is usually poverty and heartbreak. They draw out ugliness. When her circumstances change, you will be amazed at her transformation, without bleaching or surgery."
Tweeps took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
A Twitter user with the handle @iknoe_yeah_ME2 commented:
"There has to be some level of physical attraction or it just won't work. You may like them as a person but not romantically even if you get in a relationship you will feel like you are settling and this is not what you really want."
"You are right to some extent sir. But a loving and beautiful woman can still. Be found. It all depends on what you want."
"You write like a spirit. your level of writing is beyond human imagination. kudos the Solomon of our generation."
"What about the opposite of it when a woman rejects a man because he's broke. Financial brokenness brings out the ugliness of a man but when money starts coming, the story will metamorphose."
In a previous report, Omokri gave a piece of advice to Nigerian men who are planning to get married without a job or a steady income.
The politician took to his Twitter page to advise his followers against marrying and welcoming kids to the world without a job.
He said anyone who makes the mistake of doing such has automatically made an agreement with poverty.
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