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Author And Dad, Reno Omokri Cautions Singles On The Dangers Of Marrying The Wrong Person

Author And Dad, Reno Omokri Cautions Singles On The Dangers Of Marrying The Wrong Person

Another day, another nugget. Author and lawyer, Reno Omokri has yet again dished a fresh take to the youths on the dangers of marrying the wrong person.

Marriage is one of the most discussed topic across the globe. Every weekend, a lot of people get married to their spouses in different parts of the world.

Despite the fact that marriage is good, it’s not something one should rush into. A lot of people have lost their lives because, they got married to the wrong choice of a life partner.

According to the dad-of-two, instead of marrying the wrong person, it is better to marry late.

In one of his many nuggets on social media, the former presidential aide who is very well known for his unapologetic views in a Twitter post advised singles never to settle for an available person because all their friends have married, adding “the person you desire to marry exists.”

Omokri, 46, then concluded that when one makes marriage a race, one ends up with disgrace!” He wrote:

“Dear singles, You can die because you married the wrong person. But you can’t die because you married late in life. Therefore, it’s better to marry late, than to marry the wrong person early.

The person you desire to marry exists. Don’t settle for an available person because all your friends have married and you are ashamed of being the last one. Many of your friends are miserable because they married quick, but not right! When you make marriage a race, you end up with disgrace!”

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Reno’s tweet generated some mixed reactions among several users of the micro blogging platform. Many believe the time of marriage has no influence on the outcome of one’s married life. Some said one can marry late and still end up marrying the wrong person.

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