“Build Each Other Up. Don’t Tear Each Other Down” – Reno Omokri Sends Strong Advice To Families, Ask Them To Emulate Davido » MoMedia

Controversial Nigerian author, Reno Omokri has advised families to emulate Popular singer, Davido who showed support for his uncle, Senator Ademola Adeleke, now the new governor of Osun state.

 

Recall that before and during the election, the singer used his influence and money to campaign for his uncle, who is the governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party. He campaigned both online and on the street.

 

He was also the happiest when his uncle was declared the new Osun state governor.

 

Taking to his Instagram page, Reno Omokri shared a photo of Davido and his uncle advised people to learn from the singer who supported his family.

 

According to him, families should learn how to build each other instead of tearing each other down.

 

In his words;

 

“Learn From Davido. Use your influence and money to support your family. Build each other up. Don’t tear each other down. Don’t wash your dirty linen in public. Do not even let your wives or husbands come between you and your BLOOD family. Unite. Don’t divide. Be greater together. Don’t let the hater be the victor. Congratulations goes to the entire Adeleke family!

 

Senator Adeleke won partly because of Davido. Going forward, Davido will win more because of Governor Adeleke. But look at your family. Whatever energy, money, and influence you have is dedicated to pulling each other down. Learn from the Adelekes!

 

How many celebrities could have done for their families what Davido did for his? Some even publicly fight their blood brothers. Others fight their own birth parents. Moral of the story: One family member who is committed to you is better than millions of fans who are interested in you!

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