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Lessons Nigerian Men Need To Learn From Football Star, Achraf Hakimi | Reno Omokri

Lessons Nigerian Men Need To Learn From Football Star, Achraf Hakimi | Reno Omokri

Former presidential aide and activist, Reno Omokri has taken to social media to advise men to learn from popular Moroccan footballer, Achraf Hakimi.

Reports had emerged online alleging that the wife of Hakimi, Hiba Abouk, filed for divorce and demanded half of his property. Hiba filed for divorce after she found out he cheated on her.

Unconfirmed reports surfaced online today that Hiba who shares two sons with the football star might walk away from the marriage with nothing after she found out in court that her ‘Millionaire’ husband who receives €1 Million from PSG monthly, owns nothing and that all his property and money is in his mother’s name.

Reacting to the trending news, Omokri said there are things young men could learn from the footballer’s decision to save his money with his mother.

The father of three said, after God, nobody loves like mothers, not even wives. He also stressed that wives who may not be ready to die for their husbands would do the same for their children, asking young men to take their mothers first.

Reno writes:

“Have a mother like Hakimi’s mother and you will never have a bother. Hopefully, young men who disrespect their mothers because of their wives can learn a thing or two from Hakimi.

“Nobody can love you like God. But after God, nobody can love you like your mother, with the possible, but not certain, exception of your father! Hakimi makes us appreciate the lyrics of Prince Nico Mbarga’s Sweet Mother.

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“You begin to understand why there are motherless babies’ homes, but no fatherless babies’ homes. Your wife may not take a bullet for you. But she will most likely take it for her child with you. Now, remember that you are your mother’s child.”

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