Nigerian Activist Reno Omokri has advised men to make their own money and never eye their wife’s own.
According to Reno, a man is meant to hustle for his own money. He also said a man’s money should be for himself, wife and children.
Omokri said this via his social media page, as he stated that woman’s money is meant to be ignored like it doesn’t exist. He tweeted;
Your money is meant for you, your wife and children to spend. But your wife’s money is not meant for you. Don’t even think of it. Don’t make plans for it. Pretend it doesn’t even exist. Never eye your wife’s money. Make your own! “
Your money is meant for you, your wife and children to spend. But your wife’s money is not meant for you. Don’t even think of it. Don’t make plans for it. Pretend it doesn’t even exist. Never eye your wife’s money. Make your own! #FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets
— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) September 21, 2020
However, social media users have reacted to his tweet, as some blast him for saying a woman’s money shouldn’t be spent by her husband, while others agreed with him.
See some of the tweet;
I totally agree. We live in a society where some men literally depend totally on their wives money.
— Paul christycool (@paulchristiana8) September 21, 2020
truly : this is the concept in the art of marriage as a man and a husband but civilization has helped lazy men create excuses so this can be argued by people that have totally lost their African pride and value as men in marriage, a man is the provider period.. the wise knows
— MAGICIAN (@askaboutmagic) September 21, 2020
If both are salary earners a proportion of the incomes of both of them has to be set aside for the running of the home. There is nothing like the wife's money is her money and the husband's money is his money. In marriage, both becomes one in everything.
— Dr. Victor Ichikogu (@Victorb16238695) September 21, 2020
Wait make I pass. Trying to hide under the false cloak of being woke. Talk about financial independence for a girl and stability for a man? In your narrative "what is good for the goose is different for the gander". You didn't see oga's miss firing. Well, see it as you will
— OFW™~ Prince Princewill (@Tamuno091) September 21, 2020