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“Keep Up With God, Not With The Kadarshians” – Reno Omokri

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Popular lifestyle expert, Reno Omokri has taken to his Twitter handle to dish out rules on how to live a fulfilled life.

The lifestyle expert pointed out that anyone who wants to live a fulfilled life must complete his or her life rather than compete in life.

The lifestyle expert went on to name three other rules to achieve a fulfilled life.

He wrote;

“4 rules for a fulfilled life:

“* Complete your life, dont compete in life.
“* Keep up with God, not with the Kadarshians.
“* Follow your principles, not the princes of this world.
“* Be true to yourself. Don’t change who you are to be liked by others”

See tweet below;

4 rules for a fulfilled life:

* Complete your life, dont compete in life.
* Keep up with God, not with the Kadarshians.
* Follow your principles, not the princes of this world.
* Be true to yourself. Don’t change who you are to be liked by others#FreeLeahSharibu #RenosNuggets

— Reno Omokri (@renoomokri) April 22, 2020

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