– Reno Omokri has advised people to ensure they see how their partners act when they are angry
– The former presidential aide said it is a big risk for people to marry someone they have never seen how they act when they are angry
– He gave the piece of advice on social media and Nigerians have shared their thoughts on it
Former presidential aide Reno Omokri has taken to social media to advise unmarried couples to ensure they see how their partners act when they are angry.
According to Omokri, it is important for people to see how their partners act when they are angry before going ahead with marriage.
The outspoken author said if need be, people should deliberately provoke their partners to see their reaction, adding that it is risky to marry someone they haven’t seen angry.
“Before you marry anyone, make sure you have seen how they act when they are angry. Anger removes the veil we wea (sic) in public. Even if you have to deliberately provoke them, do so. Marrying someone you haven’t seen angry is too big a risk to take.”
Tweeps soon flooded the comment section to share their reactions.
“Why should I want to deliberately make someone angry? Want am I expecting? What am I looking for? That thing some people are looking for, God will let them see it.”
“People will just be following any tweet without knowing the scripture. Why will you just decide to provoke someone if it’s not the devil pushing you.
“The scripture says, God does not tempt people with evil, so why should you tempt your fellow man because you want to confirm.”
“Why is our angry side often addressed as our “True Color”? What about the times where we love more than we should? The times we check on people when nobody else did? All these love but some people will still see your bad side as the one that matters.”
In a previous report by Legit.ng, Omokri gave a piece of advice to Nigerian men who planning to get married without a job or a steady income.
The politician took to his Twitter page to advise his followers against marrying and welcoming kids to the world without a job.
He said anyone who makes the mistake of doing such has automatically made an agreement with poverty.