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Friday, 14 April 2017

How to lose two things at once - Reno Omokri

Reno Omokri has released a new article off his Reno's Nuggets and this time he is talking about losing two things at once.
According to him, If you want to lose two things at once, then borrow money to your friends and family members. Read his full piece below..
If you want to lose two things at once, then borrow money to your friends and family members. You will end up losing both the money and the relationship. Human nature is such that this is never a good idea. If you love your friends and family members, then have a little money set aside to give to them when they approach you. 
Giving them money has the opposite effect. It strengthens the relationship. However, don’t be afraid to say NO if you can’t afford to borrow or give out. If they take offense at you for saying no, then they were never really your friend in the first place.

18 comments:

Ada Osim said...

Words of wisdom. Great advice to all.

Anonymous said...

Oga reno......is it "borrow" money to your friends and family of "lend" money to your friends and family? na ask I dey ask ooooooo.

Anonymous said...

Reno, the word is LEND. Not borrow

Anonymous said...

Reno, you probably are talking about the looted money that Jonathan handed to you? So, you decided to borrow your family?
Reno has been silent ever since the BBC report about Jonathan's involvement in the billion dollar oil scam.
Fucking hypocrite!!!!

Anonymous said...

Why do Nigerians say "borrow money to", instead of "lend money to"? It should be "borrow money from" and "lend money to". I hear it a lot in Nigerian movies, even the graduates amongst them make that blunder too. Why?

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Reno Omokri is back again with his pseduo-advice.

Vivian Reginalds said...

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Mamavfifty said...

True talk,but why would people borrow money and find it difcult to pay back.

Anonymous said...

My baby is very sick, I have given some medicines but her temperature is still high I want to take her to the hospital but I don't have any money left with me. I'm sorry for writing this here,is because I don't have any where else to ask for help.pls no amount is little please somebody help me safe my baby she's all I live for pls
Vvivian778@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Who cares if he wrote "borrow" or "lend".
Let's discuss the main issue. His former boss - Badluck Jonathan is a thief!!
Thats what we need to talk about!

bobby said...

Reno,I guess ure talking from experience.Good advice

Anonymous said...

Words of wisdom!!

Anonymous said...

I wonder ohh! Thought he was Mr English.

Okowright Balaxy said...

Never borrow what you can't let go.

Agbomen said...

U are very correct. It's lend moni. The person who does the asking is the one borrowing, d giver is d lender.Common mistakes in English. Bear in mind it not our lang. Then the theory is neither here nor there Reno. Sometimes u lend nd get back. It all depends on the person's integrity, nd sometimes u don't get it. So i guess i agree with him to an extent.

Anonymous said...

Very good advise! These are the kind of things I expect from him and not everyday criticise as if he has so much hate in him. Gradually turning into FFK

Anonymous said...

Vivian Reginalds must be a very unintelligent girl. She doesn't make sense in her comments at all.

Emmanuel Jackson said...

Enter your comment...Its wise to assit people when they need financial help. Co workers in the same office, you may assist but family or friends be careful. I agree with Reno... Give what you can do away with.
About the use of the word borrow or lend pls lets focus on the issue and leave that to Oyibo to worry about.

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