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What I Did In 1998 To Pay My School Fees – Reno Omokri

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What I Did In 1998 To Pay My School Fees – Reno Omokri

Reno Omokri, a Nigerian book writer who was an aide to the former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan, has shared with his followers on Twitter how he saved his parents from having to pay his school fees in 1998.

According to Omokri who is known with his daily nuggets, he bought a male and female rabbit so he could breed them and sell the remnants to pay his school fees and other bills.

Omokri believed that almost all adult poverty is a choice. He charged his followers not to give excuses for poverty.

His tweet reads; “In 1998, I was preparing for Law School and did not want my parents to pay my fees. I bought a male and female rabbit. The way their population increased shocked me. I sold rabbits to pay my Law School fees. Almost all adult poverty is a choice!”

See the tweet below;

Meanwhile, former President of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has encouraged Nigerian youths not to give up on the country, noting that the development of the nation rests on their shoulders, Naija News reports.

Specifically, the former president also warned Niger-Delta youths against acts of violence that can disrupt oil production and transmission, noting that the nation’s economy depends on the oil resources.

Source: Naija News

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