Reno Omokri, a human rights activist and presidential aide to former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan Reno has advised his followers on how to relate with their co-workers and employers.
Taking to his Instagram page, Reno asserted that one’s co-workers are not your friend and should not be regarded as friends.
According to the lawyer and author, some people would gladly accept money to betray their colleagues so it’s better to focus squarely on work, instead of making friends.
He further stated that people should learn to leave work at work, and focus on spending time with their family and friends after work hours.
“Co-workers are not your friends. That doesn’t mean they are your enemies. They are just not your friends. They did not come to that office because they like you. They came because they like money. If they can get money by betraying you, they may do it. Focus on work. And, when you leave work, leave work at work. Don’t leave work and still live work. Go home to your family, or go out with your friends. Don’t check any work related email or take calls. You are not a slave. Your boss did not buy you. He only bought your working hours.”
See his post below,