“Your Father Spent On You More Than 0tedola Ever Did On His Daughters” – Reno Omokri Advises

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Ex-Presidential aide and award-winnimg author, Reno Omokri has told Nigerians that their respective fathers have spent on them more than Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola ever did on his three daughters.

"Your father spent more than Otedola did on his daughters"

He made this known in a recent post he shared on his various social media platforms yesterday, September 16.

His post is in reaction to the recent social media buzz caused by Nigerian billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola who bought one Ferrari car each for his three daughters – Ifeoluwa (DJ Cuppy), Temi and Tolani.

Sequel to this, Nigerians took to social media to subtly mock their fathers over their inability to get them expensive cars like Otedola did.

Reno Omokri has now taken to social media to urge Nigerians to appreciate the little their fathers have done.

According to the author and lawyer, no father is less than the billionaire businessman despite getting such expensive gift for his three daughters.

He said the cost of 3 Ferrari cars put together is not even up to 1% of Femi Otedola’s net worth.

Reno also reminded Nigerians that their parents have spent bigger portions of their worth to train them in schools and give them a better life.

Having said these, Reno concluded that so many average Nigerian parents have financially sacrificed more for that children than Femi Otedola ever did for his daughters. See his post below;

Your father is not less than Femi Otedola because he did not buy you a Ferrari. Otedola is a billionaire.

The cost of 3 Ferraris is less than 1% of his net worth. If your father spent 5% of his net worth educating you, then your father did more than Otedola. Remember the account of the widow’s mite? Don’t just look at the amount. Rather, look at the sacrifice. $1 million is chicken change to a billionaire. “$10,000 is a sacrifice to a working man. Go home and appreciate your father. He did what Otedola has not done!”

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