Reno Omokri who worked for former President, Goodluck Jonathan has given a relationship advice on social media on how men can know if their girl is trustworthy or not.
Reno Omokri is the author of “Facts Versus Fiction: The True Story of the Jonathan Years, Chibok, 2015 and the Conspiracies”, and he is known for being vocal against government policies and officials.
He is also known for teaching piety and telling his teeming fans how to act in relationships.
In his recent tweet on relationship matters, Reno Omokri told the men some ways to know if a woman is trustworthy or not.
Dear men, Want to know if a girl is trustworthy? Try this. Install an app that monitors phone activity, then deliberately ‘forget’ your phone with her. A trustworthy girl won’t attempt to intrude into your privacy. An untrustworthy girl can’t resist the temptation
Recall that Reno Omokri, a former Presidential aide has berated President Muhammadu Buhari for failing to visit Benue State, following killing perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen.
The former Personal Assistant to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan said Buhari preferred to visit his “gay cows” in Daura, Katina State than visit Benue.
In a tweet via his social media handle, the former presidential aide stressed that Buhari’s action had shown that cows were more important to him than the lives of Benue people.
The United States Pastor wrote:
“The funny thing is that President Buhari has still not visited Benue where killer Fulani herdsmen killed Nigerians but he has visited Daura to tend to his 150 gay cows that don’t increase in number.
“It seems his cows are more important to Buhari than Benue people.”
Meanwhile, dozens of people on Monday embarked on a protest at Trafalgar Square, London, condemning the incessant killing of innocent Nigerians by suspected Fulani herdsmen in various parts of Nigeria.
The protest was convened by Mutual Union of Tivs in the United Kingdom (MUTUK) and was supported by members of the Nigerian community in the United Kingdom.
The protesters while chanting, ”Buhari, no more killing,” expressed disappointment on the silence of the Nigerian government.
They were seen holding placards with inscriptions like “Nigerian Government stop your silence on Fulani herdsmen’ ‘Blood ‘Nigeria life matters,’ ‘Stop killing Nigerians, Enough is Enough.”