- Yul Edochie recently left a fan impressed after he offered to help someone going through a tough time
- Twitter user, Verena Achick, was so moved by his gesture towards the needy that she offered to give him a token
- Achick asked for his account number and he obliged with one
Nollywood actor, Yul Edochie, recently obliged a fan who offered to send him a financial token of appreciation for his kind gestures towards others.
The actor had earlier responded to a cry for help by another Twitter user who appeared to have since taken down the post.
"Never let su*cide come to your mind. Never give up. Send your account number here. I'll put something for you and I'll repost it. I believe other good people will assist you too. Add your qualification or skills as well, let's try to get you a job."
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A Twitter user, Verena Achick, responded to his tweet with praises. According to her, the actor has helped a lot of people in fighting for justice and also feeding the hungry.
She then proceeded to ask for his bank details so she could send him a token of appreciation.
"Ur fountain will never dry...me too I want to give u small thing. You have tried for people. Fighting for justice n peace, feeding the hungry, comforting the afflicted, giving hope 2 d hopeless and still entertaining us. Chairman drop ur account nothing is too small. God bless u."
Surprisingly, Yul obliged her and dropped an account number. He, however, didn't specify if it was his account number or someone else in need.
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Only a few days ago, the actor took his fans and followers down memory lane back to the year 2019 when he was involved in a car accident that almost claimed his life.
In a recent Twitter post, he shared a photo of his wrecked car and revealed the accident was a changing point for him as he has since dedicated his life to helping others and spreading the gospel of God.
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