Making money is temporal, invest for tomorrow – Reno Omokri advises

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Self-styled Nigerian counsellor cum author, Reno Omokri has once again dished out his wise counsel to his followers.

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In his new submission, Reno Omokri said that nothing is permanent in this life. And just as everything is temporary, money-making too is no exception.

He, therefore, advised that when the time comes and you’re making a lot of money, don’t forget to invest so that when the money stops flowing as it used to, the investments can fill the vacuum.

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“No condition is permanent in life. Even death. There is life after death. So when you are making money, know that it is not a permanent state. Invest for tomorrow, so that when the money stops flowing, your investments will fill the vacuum”, he tweeted.

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Making money is not permanent, invest for tomorrow – Reno Omokri advises

 

 

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