It's a total waste to spend so much on burials - Actor Yul Edochie says

It's a total waste to spend so much on burials - Actor Yul Edochie says

- Handsome Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, has taken to social media to share his opinion on lavish burial ceremonies

- According to the film star, spending a lot of money on burials is a total waste of money

- Edochie then recounted how he was left speechless after a friend asked him for a loan of some millions to bury his father

In Africa, particularly in Nigeria, a lot of importance is placed on the opinions people have about a family or what people would say about a family based on their actions.

For this reason, many Nigerian families have been known to always want to put up an appearance of wealth or high taste, even when they cannot afford it.

It is no longer strange to see people throwing big and lavish burial ceremonies after the passing of a loved one. This would have been no big deal if so much attention was paid to the deceased during their lifetime.

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Many families would rather ignore their old ones until they die. Then they turn up in droves to celebrate the live they had lived.

Just recently, Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, took to Twitter to share his opinion on such lavish burials. According to him, it is a total waste of money. He said person’s life should be celebrated when he or she is alive to join in the celebration not in death.

See his post below:


Just recently, shared photos from the burial ceremony of on-air-personality, Toolz Oniru’s father.

The radio personality had lost her dad, King Abiodun Oniru at the age of 82 on September 23. On November 2, a special burial ceremony was held in his honour.

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