Poor People Shouldn’t Give Birth for the Children to Come and Suffer – Reno Omokri’s Advice to Couples

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Money is definitely an important consideration for everyone to take into account before giving birth.

Considering the kind of economy we’re currently forced to live under, where even survival for yourself is a problem, one needs to think very hard before bringing a dependant into the world.

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Does that mean you never give birth until you’re completely secure economically? That’s the view of Nigerian author and lawyer Reno Omokri.

The former presidential spokesperson who always has interesting thoughts on trending issues says no person should give birth unless they are completely ready to take care of a kid.

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He wrote: “Don’t have children and then look for the money to cater for them. Instead, have the money to cater for children and then, and only then, should you have children.

“Don’t bring children into avoidable suffering. Bring them into planned prosperity.”

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Sound like pretty wise words, no? What do you make of Omokri’s comments?

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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