Actor Yul Edochie advises youths, says they're under pressure to look like they are achieving

Actor Yul Edochie advises youths, says they're under pressure to look like they are achieving

- Yul Edochie has shared an important word of advice with youths

- The actor urged them to take it easy and stop competing with others

- The film star said that their goal is to be successful

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Nollywood actor Yul Edochiw has taken to his official Instagram page to talk about something he has noticed among the youths of this generation.

The actor stated that many youths are under a lot of pressure these days. According to him, it is not even the pressure to achieve but the pressure to make them look like they are achieving.

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The film star noted that social media is largely responsible for this unnecessary pressure on youths.

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Yul Edochie shares an important message with youths. Photo: @yuledochie
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The actor told youths to take it easy, urging them to avoid competition. According to him, the goal is to be successful and not to look successful.

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As expected, the actor's fans and followers took to his comment section to react to his post.

Read his comments below:


"Tell them sir. Ur helpers can not locate u if u look like u have it all."


"They will still not hear."


"Thank u sir. an inspiration every day....bless up."


"Hmmm true talk sir."


"Very correct. Absolutely!"



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In other news, earlier reported that actor Yul Edochie weighed in on the tattoo drama that happened on social media.

The filmmaker explained that it is all love if a fan decides to go as far as getting a tattoo of a celebrity's name.

Edochie went further as he said getting that kind of love from fans is a blessing from God and it is not compulsory to gift such fan money especially if the celebrity does not have.


Sola Oloruni is a journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.

Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.

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