Nollywood actor Yul Edochie says the world needs love, peace, unity and progress

Nollywood actor Yul Edochie says the world needs love, peace, unity and progress

- Yul Edochie has advised people against corruption and wicked practices

- In a recent tweet, he stated that many people would be dead in 100 years time hence the need to stop fighting

- The Nollywood actor shared the message with the hopes that the festive season will change the mindset of people

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Yul Edochie has taken to social media to explain why people need to do away with tribalism, embezzlement and forms of wickedness.

In a recent tweet, the Nollywood actor emphasised on the temporariness of life as he stated that everyone would be either dead or tired of living, in 100 years time.

Nollywood actor Yul Edochie says the world needs love, peace, unity and progress
Yul is known for sharing words of wisdom on social media. Photo credit: @yuledochie
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He went on to question why people fight and indulge in wickedness.

The actor wrote:

"100yrs from now all of us alive today would be dead. Anybody wey remain go don tire. So what's all the fighting for? Embezzlement, tribalism, wickedness, etc, what for? The World needs love, peace, unity & progress. May this Christmas season make us all begin to have sense."

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Only a while ago, Edochie revealed that he got married to his wife when he was unemployed and that she did not for once frustrate him.

The actor was responding to a content creator who advised men not to get married if they did not have a sustainable job. He added that their wives might initially say they would manage but would eventually frustrate them.

Edochie in reaction to the post shared his own experience and spoke on how he tied the knot with his wife despite having no sustainable job.

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Still on the Nollywood star, a while ago, he took to his verified Twitter page to speak on the importance of being good to people regardless of whether they had money or not.

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In the post, Yul started out by saying that having money is good but added that it was not everything.

The movie star explained further by saying that people would eventually die and leave their money behind.

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