Yul Edochie advises Nigerians to speak out for Deeper Life student

Yul Edochie advises Nigerians to speak out for Deeper Life student

- Actor Yul Edochie has told Nigerian youths to wake up and tackle important issues in the society

- Edochie stated this in reaction to the Deeper Life student who was molested in school

- The film star urged Nigerians to make the issue trend on social media platforms

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Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has taken to his social media page to speak about the reactions of Nigerians to the recent brawl between singers Burna Boy and Davido.

The actor stated this as he joined his voice to the hundreds of people calling for justice for a Deeper Life High School student Don Davis who was molested in the academic institution.

According to Yul, this is the time to tackle the menacing issue of child molestation in the country.

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Yul Edochie speaks against child molestation. Photos: @yuledochie
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Using the Deeper Life student as an example, the actor stated that the young boy is just one out of the millions of children who get molested constantly. The actor stated that he feels pained as a parent.

Yul noted that the molesters feel that they are having fun without knowing the level of damage they are causing to their victims.

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The film star noted that Nigerians should be tweeting about Don Davis and not about the fight between Davido and Burna Boy in Ghana.

He asked if that is how young people would lead Nigeria if the country is handed to them. Yul then urged Nigerian youths to wake up.

Yul is always giving advice on social media. He recently spoke on the importance of being good people regardless of whether one had money or not.

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The movie star started out by saying having money is good but added that it was not everything. He explained further by saying that people would eventually die and leave their money behind.

Then the actor went ahead to advise his fans to be good people and to touch the lives of others positively. He said they should spread love and be with peace with man and God.

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